Extension of shelf life (Updated 18th Jan 2023)
The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has granted Alltest an extension of its shelf life of 24 months. The ALLTEST SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Rapid Test (Nasal swab) kits in your possession may now have a longer than the labeled product expiry date. These batches were originally dated with an expiry of 15 months, and study support for 24 months extension has been reviewed by HSA. As a result, users of Alltest can be assured that Alltest has met regulatory requirements in Singapore for 24 months shelf life. Click here for the official statement
What we know about the latest COVID-19 variant XBB 1.5
In the battle against COVID-19, Omicron has proven to be difficult opponent. After emerging in other parts of the world, the variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 surfaced in the United States towards the end of 2021 and spread like wildfire. Since then, multiple Omicron subvariants have emerged, some of them more adept than others at evading immunity from vaccination or previous infection. In early 2023, a new rising Omicron subvariant called XBB.1.5 appears to be the most transmissible strain of the virus so far. Cases are also believed to be rising with people spending more time in doors...
All COVID-19 vaccination-differentiated measures to be lifted
All COVID-19 vaccination-differentiated measures will be lifted from Oct 10, with restrictions no longer in place for dining in, nightlife establishments and events with more than 500 participants. This means there will be no vaccination-differentiated restrictions for: Events with more than 500 participants at any one time Nightlife establishments where dancing among patrons is one of the intended activities Dining in at food and beverage establishments, including hawker centres "(The measures have) served us well in our journey to safe reopening," said MOH. Singapore has significantly eased COVID-19 measures, with mask-wearing not required except on public transport, as well as...
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Covid-19 is not the biggest enemy today, it's complacency: Ong Ye Kung
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...