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The biggest enemy today is not the Covid-19 virus but complacency and letting one's guard down because life seems back to normal, said Health Minister Ong Ye Kung. Noting that Asean member states have managed to weather the storm thanks to close cooperation, he suggested focusing on testing and surveillance, vaccinations as well as ensuring the resilience of travel lanes and supply chains to prepare for future threats. Mr Ong was speaking at the 15th Health Ministers Meeting and Related Meetings in Bali on Saturday (May 14). He and his Asean counterparts shared updates and exchanged views on strengthening healthcare systems in...

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The Alltest Antigen Rapid Test (ART) are now available at Guardian, Cold Storage, Giant, Sheng Siong, Market Place, National Healthcare Group Pharmacy, Prime Supermarket, Amazon.sg, Lazada, Shopee, Redmart and 7-Eleven. National Healthcare Group Pharmacy (Ang Mo Kio, Kallang, Choa Chu Kang, Clementi, Yishun, Hougang)        Guardian    Cold Storage Online Market Places  (Amazon.sg, Shopee, Lazada) 

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COVID-19 has exposed and deepened the inequality between the less fortunate and privileged ones. The evolving COVID-19 situation has affected Singaporeans in one way or another, including individuals facing the loss of income or families struggling with additional caregiving duties and additional expenses for essential items.  Alcotech is committed to strengthening humanity by uplifting communities. We want to support thriving communities through donations. These contributions include donating ART kits for the residents and front-liners in Melrose Care Children's Aid Society and Yong-en care centre. We hope that our ability to serve vulnerable communities in Singapore empowers the less fortunate in...

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GENEVA: The pandemic is far from over, the WHO's leader insisted Wednesday (Mar 9), two years after he first used the term to wake the world up to the emerging threat of COVID-19. The World Health Organization's director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus first described COVID-19 as a pandemic on Mar 11, 2020. Two years on, he lamented how the virus was still evolving and surging in some parts of the world. The WHO declared a public health emergency of international concern - the highest level of alarm in the UN health agency's regulations - on Jan 30, 2020, when, outside of China, fewer...

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