Friday, April 3, 2020
After suspecting that he carries the Wuhan virus, Mr X kept quiet out of fear that he may be quarantined and treated as a leper by the people around him. Mr X was coughing and...
Speaking at a Chinese New Year celebration dinner at his Ang Mo Kio's Teck Ghee constituency, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong fabricated fake news claiming that Singaporean tourists of Chinese heritage were rejected from entering...
In response to the shortage of face masks, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong claimed the stock depleted because Singaporeans are wearing masks "three to four times a day": "Singapore has a sufficient stockpile to cater to...
Following pressure from States Times Review, the Singapore ministers finally imposed a full ban on all travellers from China. China nationals may be permitted to enter only on a case-by-case basis. Unfortunately the ban came in...
With a population of 5.7 million, Singapore needs at least 160 million face masks a month. But the Singapore government was complacent, ignored the virus outbreak since December and went into firefighting mode today totally...
There is no face mask shortage, you just can't buy them anywhere in Singapore, according to former army general Minister Chan Chun Sing. Issuing a POFMA order on independent news site States Times Review, PAP minister...
Defying public health advice to avoid crowd, the People's Association (PA) announced that the Chingay parade will proceed because "there is no evidence" the virus can spread in crowded places. Chief Executive of the ruling party...
When the 5 million one-day-use face masks distributed to retailers were sold out in less than 3 hours, Trade Minister Chan Chun Sing pushed the blame to Singaporeans claiming that they are buying too many...
The Singapore government today ordered that all internet platforms, like search engines, that were perviously exempted from POFMA will now be required to follow censorship orders of the dictatorship. The PAP government used the Wuhan virus...
Singapore's face mask shortage was wiped out by reckless buying from foreigners, but the chief culprit turned out to be the Singapore PAP government who bought over 11 million pieces of face masks. About half...