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Vaccinated Travel Lane scheme to expand beyond Germany, Brunei soon | THE BIG STORY


0:00 – THE BIG STORY

0:41 – 1 COVID-19 CASE AMONG VTL TRAVELLERS
Vaccinated travellers from more countries are likely able to enter Singapore without having to quarantine “in the coming weeks and months”. This comes after a successful start to the Vaccinated Travel Lane, with only one Covid-19 case detected upon arrival among some 900 travellers who have come in under the scheme. Read more:

2:26 – COVID-19 SELF-TEST KITS SOLD OUT
Covid-19 self-test kits have sold out at many locations islandwide, with retailers telling The Straits Times that they are working to bring in more stock as soon as possible. Read more:

This comes as more people are testing themselves before they go to work or to attend events. Aside from these requirements, under what conditions does a person administer a self-test? Dr Tan Teck Jack, CEO of Northeast Medical Group, weighs in.

7:43 – COVID-19 SINGAPORE UPDATES

8:50 – LONGER WAIT FOR ADMISSION WITH MOST PUBLIC HOSPITALS
Some patients requiring admission have had to wait longer for beds, with most emergency departments (EDs) at public hospitals kept busier in the past week compared with the month before, said the Ministry of Health on Monday (Sept 20). The EDs are also seeing a higher number of Covid-19 cases, with more beds diverted to meet their needs. Read more:

9:22 – COMPANY SORRY FOR CLOWN STUNT
In other local headlines, the company behind a marketing campaign that got people to dress up as clowns and hang around outside primary schools has apologised for the panic caused. Kelvin Tan, the director of Speech Academy Asia, said the marketing team did not expect the backlash from the campaign, which was aimed at encouraging parents to register their children for their speech classes. Read more:

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