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Singapore is discussing the mutual recognition of COVID-19 vaccine certificates with other countries, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on February 24, calling it a necessary step towards resuming global travel.
Singapore received its first shipment of China’s Sinovac vaccine on Tuesday (Feb 23) but has yet to authorise it for use, said the Health Ministry (MOH) on Wednesday (Feb 24).
SINGAPORE: Spectators will now be allowed at the Singapore Tennis Open - for the semi-finals and finals on Feb 27 and 28 - with the venue capacity
SINGAPORE: One locally transmitted community case was among the 10 new COVID-19 infections reported in Singapore as of noon on Monday (Feb 22).
A pandemic wedding means masks, temperature checks and social distancing – but this couple still enjoyed their special day at the Singapore Island Country Club
The medical team present will also give advice to patients about any adverse reaction, and where to get help. 'Whether (these incidents) are related to the (COVID) vaccination or not, we want to know if there are any such incidents so that we can investigate in-depth and better understand the situation,
Singapore’s further reliance on past reserves for funding will depend on how long it takes to get the global coronavirus pandemic under control, with the full extent of the pandemic not yet felt, Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat said.
SINGAPORE: The first shipment of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Singapore on Wednesday (Feb 17). The vaccines were carried on
SINGAPORE - In a three-pronged approach to enhance Singapore's recovery from the ravages caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat said on Tuesday (Feb 16) that he will set aside $11 billion for a Covid-19
A British man pleaded guilty on Monday to breaking Singapore's strict coronavirus rules by sneaking out of his hotel room to meet his fiancée while he was undergoing two weeks of mandatory quarantine.