Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said yesterday he has tested positive for COVID-19 for the first time after returning home from work trips in Africa and Asia.

Singapore HSA fines 13 people for selling e-vapourisers illegally

Singapore’s Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has prosecuted and slapped SGD 102,000 worth of fines on 13 persons for selling electronic vapourisers (e-vapourisers) and related components.

Singapore pushes for A+, O+ blood donors to contain stocks crunch

Singapore health authorities have urged the people of the country with A+ and O+ blood group to step in with blood donations as stocks have started depleting.

Singapore set to ease COVID restrictions: All you need to know

Singapore is set to ease its month-long lockdown starting tomorrow in two steps, with more restrictions possibly being lifted if the situation remains under control.

Singapore approves storage of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at refrigerator temperatures

Singapore’s Health Sciences Authority (HSA) announced approval for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to be saved at refrigerator temperatures – between two and eight degrees Celsius – for as much as 31 days.

PM Lee Hsien Loong gets first vaccine shot as government announces rollout plan

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong received his first shot of a COVID-19 vaccine today and urged others to take the jabs in a country that has largely brought the pandemic under control.

India to roll out fast and cheap COVID-19 paper ‘Feluda’ test soon, say officials

A fast and cheap paper-based coronavirus test will soon be available across India, claims the Indian government, with scientists hoping it will help stem the tide on the pandemic wave in one of the world’s worst-hit nations.

First human trial in Singapore for COVID-19 vaccine to begin soon: Duke-NUS

In a press statement, Duke-NUS Medical School said its Clinical Trial Application for the COVID-19 vaccine candidate LUNAR-COV19 has been approved to proceed by the Health Sciences Authority (HSA).

HSA removes over 1,700 health product listings with fraudulent COVID-19 related claims

Singapore’s Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has clamped down on health products with false and misleading claims that purport to prevent, treat or diagnose COVID-19.

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