Tag: quarantine

Circuit breaker a good time for Elvin Ng to exercise with family

Singapore -- The Covid-19 circuit breaker has got people exercising in their living rooms or cooking up a storm in the kitchen. One of those exercising at home is actor Elvin Ng. He tells 8days.com that it is a family affair because he is joined in...

Video goes viral: Foreign worker not satisfied with rice and veggies

Singapore – A video of a foreign worker saying that his meal was not edible has gone viral on social media, with netizens commenting on the issues of food quality and gratitude. On Friday (May 23), Ms Sarah Leong shared a post on the Complaint...

Queen Elizabeth cancels summer vacation plans

Being a royal does not mean exempt you from the dangers of the COVID-19 pandemic. Queen Elizabeth is also sticking to social distancing rules and the quarantine. Since the pandemic broke out, she and her husband 98-year-old Prince Philip have left Buckingham Palace to...

Kylie Jenner breaks quarantine to visit friend

On Sunday (April 19), Kylie Jenner left her home to visit her friend Anastasia 'Stassi' Karanikolaou with her daughter Stormi Webster and mother Kris Jenner in Beverly Hills. It has been a month since quarantine began for her and the reality star was seen...

Netizen documents his SHN at Swissotel: Everything he did to keep from boredom, loneliness and isolation

Singapore—Marcus Chua, who returned from studies in the US late last month, found himself quarantined at the Swissotel Stamford when he got back. He documented the duration of his stay on Twitter. And though staying in one of the city’s posh hotels is by no...

Netizen says PAP policy amid pandemic is based on a “fittest shall survive” ideology

A netizen recently took to Facebook to voice out his opinion on the current administration's policies amid the Covid-19 pandemic, saying that the ideology behind the current policies is one based on the survival of the fittest. People's Voice founder and activist Lim Tean on...

Japan confirms first death from coronavirus

Kanagawa – Japan’s Health Minister confirmed the country’s first Covid-19-related death on February 13, Thursday. Through a news conference held on Thursday evening, Health Minister Katsunobu Kato announced the death of a woman in her 80s living in Kanagawa prefecture who has been infected with...