Tag Archives: Circuit Breaker

Covid19: Seniors Gather Daily For Freebies At Petir Road Despite Circuit Breaker

Between 7-9am between Blocks 137 and 139 Petir Road in Bukit Panjang, several older residents gather daily to collect free food in boxes and free fresh produce from a silver van (unverified license plate was provided). They have been doing this for years, even before Circuit Breaker (CB). Some have started wearing masks as of 20 April 2020, but many continue not to do so. As you can see, this can so easily become a cluster if just one person among these seniors is an asymptomatic carrier of Covid19.

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Covid19: GrabFood Rider Got Rude Reply When Informing Order Cancelled

GrabFood rider received a late-night order to purchase several items from Senor Taco, a restaurant in Clarke Quay. However due to this Covid19 situation, the restaurant is closed. So the rider informed the customer the order will be cancelled due to this closure. According to the rider, "the customer scolded The Grabfood rider 'FUCK. THANK YOU' That is rude and unnesty word to the rider". We hope that everyone will be more understanding and patient with essential workers during this difficult time.

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Covid19: Singaporean Shows Generosity To Delivery Rider Over Bubble Tea Order

Hoards of bubble tea fans dying to have a taste of this drink rushed to cluster queue or made delivery orders on 21 April 2020 night. In some instances, there were so many orders that staff were overwhelmed. This caused some tempers to flare and staff being shouted at. However, a positive story surfaced despite this rowdy time. Facebook user Kat Senin shared her story about her GrabFood order.

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Covid19: If the Govt Took Drastic Measures To Deal With Virus Earlier, We Would Still Be Having Bubble Tea

The situation must be incredibly dire to severely limit the food options of this country more than closing all dine-in eating. This just makes me more scared of our domestic situation. But it is also getting me more distrustful of the lightning party. They would argue that only under their iron hand we would go through this crisis, but the same could be said for literally anyone in any crisis with enough time and patience given by the people. And if they had taken advantage of the buffer period of January to March where they had little infection and more time to take more drastic measures, we wouldn't be in this sort of crisis.

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Covid19: Govt Should Spend More On Fighting Actual Virus, Not On Silly Comic Campaigns Virus Vanguard

Government sponsored content if done correctly can help raise the morale of the people. But being our government, they did it in a manner so out of touch with the common man that it immediately got condemnation from every kaypoh online. As it should. I mean "Fake News Buster" is clearly POFMA trying to rebrand himself as a force for security and totally not undermining the limited freedom of speech in this country.

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Covid19: A Millennial’s Advice On How To Cope With CB At Home

Now is a good time to play that video game you didn’t had time before or a hobby like home cooking, living room exercise or those dance challenges on TikTok. Learn your mother tongue slightly better, learn the basics of whatever instruments lying around, finally clean out your room or storage room of clothes that do not fit you or items you find redundant. Something to do is better than nothing.

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SG Clean Ambassador Seen Eating At Hawker Centre

A netizen submitted photos of a SG Clean Ambassador sitting and eating in a hawker centre on 14 April 2020. Based on the pictures, the incident happpened at Serangoon Gardens Chomp Chomp hawker centre. One of the prevailing Circuit Breaker (CB) measures states that most people can no longer dine in food establishments such as hawker centres. So are SG Clean Ambassadors exempted from this CB measure? Clean & Green Singapore eventually clarified that SG Clean Ambassadors are not permitted to eat at hawker centres as well.

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Snip Avenue Raises Cost Of Haircut

A reader informed that Snip Avenue has increased the prices of its haircut services. A usual hair cut previously cost $3.80, but it appears haircuts are now priced at $6.80. Other Snip Avenue branches had reportedly followed suit and upped their pricing to $6.80. However, our reader questioned the rationale for this price increase. If COVID-19 is used to justify price increases for other businesses, there is concern this may start a trend of consumers bearing more costs in these hard times.

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