The death toll in Singapore is significantly lower than Wuhan at only 27 while 15 who tested positive have died of other causes.
Now that GE2020 is over, we can say a few other things that have been lying under the surface that needs to be addressed.
In every relationship, setting boundaries is important. Here are five of our red lines that the PAP has crossed.
There is growing evidence linking exposure to dirty air to increased covid-19 death rates.
The Straits Times was previously embroiled in public controversy over an article infographic that presented the summary of an opinion poll of what jobs were the most “non-essential”.
In the statement, the SPP expressed deep concern and urged the Government to “tread with utmost caution and regard for the privacy of Singaporeans”.
It is not known whether such a contact tracing device if rolled out, will be compulsory. However, many Singaporeans have voiced their concerns about the possible invasion of privacy.
Critical Spectator’s comments mysteriously disappeared, leading him to question if Calvin Cheng had banned him from his page under some “CCP-style censorship”.
The truth is, social media is not the most accurate benchmark for social comparison; far from it.