The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Sunday (26 September) confirmed 1,939 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore – taking the country's total case count to 87,892 – and two more deaths due to the disease.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Saturday (25 September) confirmed 1,443 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore – taking the country's total case count to 85,953 – and three more deaths due to the disease.
Passengers from different households have to keep to a two-person limit while travelling in taxis and private-hire cars during the COVID-19 stabilisation phase.
South Korea's Ok Rae-yoon stunned reigning world champion Christian Lee to clinch the ONE Championship lightweight title at the ONE: Revolution event.
There are no plans to make COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory as the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines used in Singapore have not been fully registered, said a senior Ministry of Health official.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Friday (24 September) confirmed a new record-high of 1,650 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore – taking the country's total case count to 84,510 – and three more deaths due to the disease.
There have been a number of serious COVID-19 cases among pregnant women, a senior Ministry of Health official said on Friday (24 September).
The Home-Based Learning (HBL) period will be extended by one day until 7 October, the multi-ministry taskforce said on Friday (24 September).
From next Friday (1 October), the Ministry of Health will publish a map of areas frequented recently by a larger number of confirmed COVID-19 cases on its website.
Singapore will start ramping up plans to be ready to handle 5,000 daily new COVID-19 cases, said Health Minister Ong Ye Kung on 24 Sept, amid an ongoing coronavirus surge here that is rising much quicker than projected.
Persons aged 50 to 59 years old will be progressively invited to receive their booster vaccine dose from 4 October.
Singapore will return to a two-person dining-in rule for a period of four weeks from next Monday (27 September), as it bids to slow down community COVID-19 transmission.
A fake social escort agent who cheated women into having sex with him and appealed against his three-and-a-half year jail sentence addressed the judge in a tearful plea at the High Court on Friday (24 September).
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Friday (24 September) expressed sadness that electronics giant Panasonic will be closing its factory making refrigeration compressors in Singapore.
The gag order that prohibited Colin Chua Yi Jin's identity from being revealed was lifted by the Chief Justice.
The driver who caused a 2019 car accident which killed two and injured four was jailed for two-and-a-half years.
The Taskforce on Family Violence has come up with 16 recommendations to improve support for survivors and raise awareness of early warning signs.
An overwhelming majority of Singapore residents expressed pride in the country's healthcare system and its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) study.
The MOH on Thursday (23 September) confirmed a record-high of 1,504 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore – taking the country's total case count to 82,860 – and two more deaths due to the disease.
Subbaiyan Marimuthu, one of three workers who perished in an industrial explosion in Tuas, was so spooked by an earlier fire at his workshop that he was afraid to work, an inquiry committee (IC) looking into the accident was told on Thursday (23 September).
An explosion at the Tuas Incineration Plant on Thursday afternoon (23 September) has left a Singaporean man dead and two others with burn injuries.
Electronics giant Panasonic is retrenching 700 employees in Singapore as it plans to cease manufacturing of refrigeration compressors here by the end of September 2022.
A woman who performed illegal botox and filler procedures was jailed for 10 weeks and fined $16,000 on Thursday (23 September).
A security officer who wanted to “sanitise” a colleague’s mouth squirted hand sanitiser into her water bottle while inside a condominium guard house.