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COVID19: Scoot Cabin Crew Seen Throwing Singapore Passport Was Doing #DontRushChallenge

COVID19: Scoot Cabin Crew Seen Throwing Singapore Passport Was Doing #DontRushChallenge

A Scoot cabin crew member was seen throwing a Singapore passport at the end of a Tiktok clip she uploaded to her account a few days ago. Netizens were infuriated by her act of disrespecting the valuable Singapore passport. However, it turns out that the clip was part of a series of videos merged together in a DontRushChallenge video by cabin crew members as they are understandably bored during the circuit breaker.

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Covid19: Taman Jurong Residents Get Hotel Stay While Migrant Workers Get HDB Stay

Taman Jurong residents were arranged a free hotel stay at nearby Genting hotel during the circuit breaker period while migrant workers in essential services moved into vacant HDB units at their estate. Isn't it less troublesome to just move the migrant workers into the hotel?

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Covid19: Ho Ching Says Singaporeans' Living Habits No Different From Foreign Workers'

Ho Ching: Singaporeans should reflect on their own living habits and hygiene before pointing fingers at foreign workers at dormitories. Singaporeans' living habits are no different from that of foreign workers at dormitories. Even though Singaporeans think they are "clean", they may be the ones spreading the virus around.

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Covid19: Straits Times Edited The Confirmed Coronavirus Cases For 17 April 2020

Covid19: Straits Times Edited The Confirmed Coronavirus Cases For 17 April 2020

On 17 April 2020 the Ministry of Health (MOH) announced 623 confirmed Covid19 cases in Singapore as of 12pm. This meant the total number of coronavirus cases was over 5,050. However the more interesting part was many netizens pointing out how Straits Times (ST) had edited its article. According to various screenshots, the same ST article had contradicting information about Singapore having 5,050 and also 5,573 confirmed cases.

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Friends Joke About Plans To Get COVID-19 To Avoid Booking Into SAF Camp

Friends Joke About Plans To Get COVID-19 To Avoid Booking Into SAF Camp

An anonymous netizen sent some Instagram stories which contained insensitive remarks made about COVID-19. Their plan was to get themselves quarantined, and allegedly avoid going back to camp throughout their isolation period. One of them about made insensitive remarks about contracting the virus from foreign workers housed in SAF make-shift dormitories.

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SGUnited Evangelists Helping PAP With Its Ruse By Muting Criticism

SGUnited Evangelists Helping PAP With Its Ruse By Muting Criticism

Netizens have observed that during this Circuit Breaker (CB) period, everyday people who are SGUnited evangelists have unknowingly been brainwashed into "PAP goons". These SGUnited evangelists have started to blindly echo the PAP in trying to mute criticism against how COVID19 has been handled in Singapore.

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Work-From-Home ‘Coronaconomy’

Rather than leaving it up to employers to decide whether their employees would work from home, the Government can adopt a tripartite approach of facilitating employers to offer their employees the choice of working remotely by briefing employees in advance of the employers’ expectation on and requirement of, such arrangements.

With many people still choosing to go out despite the virus risk, an award scheme may be implemented as an incentive for residents to stay at home. Those who have to leave their homes for work may also maximise productivity of the economy through ways such as doubling as delivery freelancers.

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