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Bicycles: A boredom buster and lifeline amid pandemic in the Philippines - A special Straits Times report
The lowly bicycle has helped millions of Filipinos cope with the Covid-19 pandemic, allowing front-line health workers to get to hospital to save lives, fishmongers to go door to door, and many others who just want to get some much-needed sun and exercise.
Shoppers queued and waited patiently on Sunday (Aug 1) morning to enter markets and hawker centres, which now require TraceTogether for entry.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): A total of 10 new clusters have been reported on Thursday (July 29), nine of which are linked to individual cases with the remaining being linked to stainless steel supplier Seng Leong Steel.
There were 129 new locally transmitted coronavirus cases as at noon on Monday, including 61 cases connected to the growing cluster linked to Jurong Fishery Port.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong urged seniors to get the Covid-19 vaccination and not wait until it is too late, addressing about 200,000 seniors aged 60 and above who have yet to receive their jabs.
THE usual din was missing at wet markets, hawker centres and coffee shops as tighter Covid-19 safety rules kicked in.
SINGAPORE: The Marina Bay Sands casino in Singapore will shut for two weeks after authorities detected a Covid cluster, the latest to emerge after an outbreak at a fishery port that made the government reimpose social restrictions.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): New Covid-19 infections have been detected among fishmongers working at 10 more markets and food centres, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said.
Singapore on Monday saw new local coronavirus cases almost double from the previous day to 163, the highest daily tally in 11 months, driven by clusters of infections linked to a fishery port and karaoke bars.