Tag: Gan Kim Yong

There could be change in 5-person limit on gatherings: Gan Kim Yong tells Parliament

Singapore -- Parliament heard on Monday (Oct 5) about possible easing of safety protocols as the country moves into Phase 3 of the easing...

Covid-19 vaccine could be available in S’pore end of next year

Singapore -- A Covid-19 vaccine could be available in Singapore at the end of the next year. In a press conference held by the Multi-Ministry...

Six months since SG’s 1st Covid-19 case, is a 2nd wave coming?

Singapore—As GE2020 fever dies down, it would be good to take a look at how the country is faring on the public health side,...

S’pore must be prepared for a second wave of Covid-19 cases: Gan Kim Yong

Singapore -- The co-chairman of the multi-ministry task force on Covid-19, Mr Gan Kim Yong, said on Friday (July 17) that Singapore must be...

Phase 2 relaxation of CB: People urge one another to take precautions

Singapore – In response to the Government's announcement that Phase 2 of the relaxation of circuit breaker measures will begin on Friday (June 19),...

Netizens question national broadcasts following issue raised by former MP Yee Jenn Jong

In response to an issue raised by former Workers' Party MP Yee Jenn Jong, netizens have questioned the nature of the national broadcast series...

Public expresses confusion on the continually changing advisory regarding face masks and face shields

Singapore – Members of the public expressed their bewilderment towards the ever-changing advisory regarding face masks and shields after news that the latter was...

Cautious approach necessary when easing circuit breaker: Gan Kim Yong

Singapore — As the end of the circuit breaker period draws near, a "cautious" approach is necessary when easing measures requiring people to stay...

“Circuit breaker” term attributed to Gan Kim Yong’s electrical engineering background

Some people have hypothesised online that the reason for Singapore's use of the term "circuit breaker" during the Covid-19 pandemic could be due to...

Circuit breaker could be extended if necessary, says Gan Kim Yong

Singaporeans could face an extension, if necessary, of circuit breaker restrictions beyond May 4, when they were originally supposed to end, and for some...
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