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Published by: LS1965 & P65.

 

Singapore General Election on 10 July 2020


BIG News!

We were informed on 23 July 2020 that many of the Bloggers who actively commented on the COVID-19 News & GE2020 News went MISSING! Now we are still searching for them! See the details here.

 

Dear Daddy God, Creator of the entire Universe, You see the Big Bullies & Monsters have arranged for @YahooSG to erase the People’s comments from 16 April 2020, 22:00 SGT to 17 April 2020, around 18:00 SGT, then they have them all deleted on 23 July 2020. We will continue to publish but please help us to remove them as they are TOXIC to our wellbeing & prosperity. Many Thanks.

 

Comments from LS1965 & P65 starting from 16 August 2020:

Dear Friend around the World, you see how the Multi-Ministerial Task Force contain the COVID-19 in Singapore:

By 7 August 2020, they have tested all the workers in the Dormitories & they have isolated the rest who are healthy.

Last of quarantine blocks in migrant worker dorms now cleared of COVID-19: Ministry of Manpower, Singapore (dated 19 August 2020)

Cleared? They said these only to look good to market themselves? You see how many healthy isolated workers reported sick with COVID-19 starting from 8 August 2020:

August 2020:

8th (125), 9th (171), 10th (175), 11th (56), 12th (30), 13th (91), 14th (79), 15th (62), 16th (78), 17th (85), 18th (97), 19th (85), 20th (66), 21st (98), 22nd (43), 23rd (73), 24th (43), 25th (30), 26th (47), 27th (70), 28th (80), 29th (47), 30th (39), 31st (31).

September 2020:

1st (32), 2nd (43), 3rd (41), 4th (37), 5th (29), 6th (23), 7th (18), 8th (46), 9th (60), 10th (55), 11th (73), 12th (28), 13th (40), 14th (43), 15th (28), 16th (23), 17th (15), 18th (9), 19th (9), 20th (13), 21st (22), 22nd (20), 23rd (7), 24th (10), 25th (9), 26th (14), 27th (10), 28th (7), 29th (17), 30th (16).

October 2020:

1st (3), 2nd (4), 3rd (1), 4th (4), 5th (5), 6th (5), 7th (4), 8th (4), 9th (1), 10th (1), 11th (3), 12th (1), 13th (0), 14th (0), 15th (1), 16th (1), 17th (1), 18th (1), 19th (0).

Finally there is no new case from the Dormitories on 13 October 2020, let’s see how long the Multi-Ministerial Task Force will maintain this result to keep our foreign workers COVID-19 FREE! The smart Singaporeans please check on them to ensure that they are not reporting fake news to market themselves! Welcome to Singapore! 8-D

Updates before 13 October 2020:

You please see for yourself how many days have passed since the Dormitories declared CLEARED that the new COVID-19 cases finally fell to 1 on 3rd October 2020. “1 only”? We hope that those who dare to say this will have the COVID-19 stick onto to them from “head to toe”! Big Bullies, act accordingly to befit as humans! The figures above just tell 1 story: You are negligent & careless of the Lives of the Workers! Shame on you!

What kind of Isolation Facilities are these? Healthy ones made sick with this kind of Isolation! Do you think they would likely be better off not having “isolated” by the Multi-Ministerial Task Force in the first place! We will let the World decide if the entire matter is a joke! 8-D

Look here! Even the Big Bullies declared ALL the Dormitories CLEARED of COVID-19 on 19 August 2020, the number of infected Workers in the Dormitories fail to reduce to ZERO! You decide if you still can trust & rely their words! Fail on everything they did & still release FAKE News to market themselves! Shameless?

Dear Big Bullies, we have advised you countless times to open up your many unsold HDB Flats for the Foreign Workers to stay. Don’t act deaf & blind to their plight of infecting with COVID-19. As Leaders, you are a complete failure if you refuse to value human lives & can still live & sleep well in your big & luxurious houses!

Who control the Singapore Borders? It is You! You have imported the COVID-19 & now you want to dump the “trash” that you have created? You told us that the Dormitories are cleared & acceptable, then please shift in with your families and show us how to be happy & kept away from COVID-19! We welcome the World to Singapore to see the wicked & ferocious wolves! 8-D

 

See: A surge of 45,123 cases from 16 March to 7 July 2020 (113 days)!

11 August 2020: “Singapore confirms 61 new COVID-19 cases, total at 55,353”.

Comments from LS1965 & P65:

Now you are happy that the new COVID-19 cases finally fall from three digits to two? Let’s look at the facts: Till this day, only 114,200 total unique Persons swabbed per 1 million total population in Singapore; this means that only 11.42% of the total population have been tested, thus 88.58% in Singapore not tested yet! As of today, the total population in Singapore is 5,855,434, which means that 5,186,743 in Singapore not tested yet & we don’t know how many of us are asymptomatic cases including ourselves!

Dear Big Bullies, are you just going to be happy about this number 61 & refuse to take active steps to test the rest of us? Let us remind you, the longer you take to test all of us & confirm the number of asymptomatic cases, many among us will die of this deadly virus!  Then countless will be devastated & Singapore will become a “????” Garden! Still can attract FDIs to boost Jobs Participation Rate?

From January to August 2020, you only tested 11.42% of the entire Population. We will let the World decide whether you need at least another 4 years to complete testing all of us! Dear Big Bullies, are you satisfied with your complete screw-up now?

See the irreversible damage for any infected person caused by COVID-19!

 

Dear Big Bullies, instead of increasing your resources to locate us, please ramp up your testing to contain the COVID-19 in Singapore! Want to catch us? Mission Impossible because we are more law-abiding than you and our Daddy God has taught us how to be smarter than the Government’s Intelligence! 8-D

 

Updates:

The Total COVID cases in Singapore should be 57,958. The Under-counting are indicated in red below.

19 October (4 new cases, total at 57,915), 18 October (7 new cases, total at 57,911), 17 October (3 new cases, total at 57,904), 16 October (9 new cases, total at 57,901), 15 October (3 new cases, total at 57,892), 14 October (5 new cases, total at 57,889), 13 October (4 new cases, total at 57,884), 12 October (4 new cases, total at 57,880), 11 October (10 new cases, total at 57,876), 10 October (7 new cases, total at 57,866), 9 October (10 new cases, total at 57,859), 8 October (9 new cases, total at 57,849), 7 October (10 new cases, total at 57,840), 6 October (11 new cases, total at 57,830), 5 October (7 new cases, total at 57,819). 4 October (12 new cases, total at 57,812), 3 October (6 new cases, total at 57,800). 2 October (10 new cases, total at 57,794), 1 October ((21-2) new cases, total at (57,786-2)).

 

30 September (23 new cases, total at 57,765), 29 September (27 new cases, total at 57,742), 28 September (15 new cases, total at 57,715). 27 September (15 new cases, total at 57,700). 26 September (20 new cases, total at 57,685), 25 September (11 new cases, total at 57,665), 24 September (15 new cases, total at 57,654), 23 September (12 new cases, total at 57,639), 22 September (21 new cases, total at 57,627), 21 September (31 new cases, total at 57,607). 20 September (18 new cases, total at 57,576), 19 September (15 new cases, total at 57,558). 18 September (11 new cases, total at 57,543), 17 September (18 new cases, total at 57,532), 16 September (27 new cases, total at 57,515), 15 September (34 new cases, total at 57,488), 14 September (48 new cases, total at 57,454), 13 September (49 new cases, total at 57,406), 12 September (42 new cases, total at 57,357), 11 September (87 new cases, total at 57,316), 10 September (63 new cases, total at 57,229), 9 September (75 new cases, total at 57,166), 8 September (47 new cases, total at 57,091), 7 September (22 new cases, total at 57,044). 6 September (40 new cases, total at 57,022), 5 September (34 new cases, total at 56,982).

 

From LS1965 & P65 (6 September 2020, 6:52 SGT) :

Big News! The Big Bullies may have obstructed The Online Citizen to upload latest News reports as you can see the Latest News they have uploaded was when! This is what we see now!

They were also unable to report on the New COVID-19 cases in Singapore on 5 September?

How do we know? Because the same had happened to us before. You see how the Big Bullies had also arranged that our webpages turned blank for 5 times (in total) in the past which we listed the incidents in our Encouragements webpage!

 

4 September (40 new cases, total at 56,948), 3 September (48 new cases, total at 56,908), 2 September (49 new cases, total at 56,901), 1 September (40 new cases, total at 56,852).

 

31 August (41 new cases, total at 56,812), 30 August (54 new cases, total at 56,771), 29 August (51 new cases, total at 56,717), 28 August (94 new cases, total at 56,666), 27 August (77 new cases, total at 56,572), 26 August (60 new cases, total at 56,495), 25 August (31 new cases, total at 56,435), 24 August (51 new cases, total at 56,404), 23 August (87 new cases, total at 56,353), 22 August (50 new cases, total at 56,266), 21 August (117 new cases, total at 56,216), 20 August (68 new cases, total at 56,099).

 

Last of quarantine blocks in migrant worker dorms now cleared of COVID-19: Ministry of Manpower, Singapore (dated 19 August 2020)

 

19 August (93 new cases, total at 55,938), 18 August (100 new cases, total at 55,938), 17 August (91 new cases, total at 55,838), 16 August (86 new cases, total at 55,747).

 

We thank The Online Citizen for providing a comment space for the People to voice out in each report. We trust that their comments will NEVER be deleted as the smart Singaporeans need them as reference to prepare for GE2025.

 

15 August (81 new cases, total at 55,661), 14 August (83 new cases, total at 55,580), 13 August (102 new cases, total at 55,497), 12 August (42 new cases, total at 55,395), 11 August (61 new cases, total at 55,353), 10 August (188 new cases, total at 55,292), 9 August (175 new cases, total at 55,104), 8 August (132 new cases, total at 54,929).

 

Lawrence Wong: Clearance of migrant workers’ dorms today does not imply we will automatically have COVID-safe dorms in the future (reported dated 7 August 2020) video .

 

7 August (242 new cases, total at 54,797), 6 August (301 new cases, total at 54,555), 5 August (908 new cases, total at 54,254), 4 August (295 new cases, total at 53,346), 3 August (226 new cases, total at 53,051), 2 August (313 new cases, total at 52,825), 1 August (307 new cases, total at 52,512).

 

31 July (396 new cases, total at 52,205), 30 July (278 new cases, total at 51,809), 29 July (334 new cases, total at 51,531), 28 July (359 new cases, total at 51,197), 27 July (469 new cases, total at 50,838), 26 July (481 new cases, total at 50,369), 25 July (513 new cases, total at 49,888), 24 July (277 new cases, total at 49,375), 23 July (354 new cases, total at 49,098).

 

On 23 July 2020 around 6:00 SGT, we discovered that @YahooSG had deleted ALL the comments of the smart Singaporeans (estimated at least 120,000 comments in total) found below each of the following News reports. So many comments that the Big Bullies were desperate to have them deleted, the World can decide what the Big Bullies want to hide!

 

22 July (310 new cases, total at 48,744), 21 July (399 new cases, total at 48,434), 20 July (123 new cases, total at 48,035), 19 July (257 new cases, total at 47,912), 18 July (202 new cases, total at 47,655), 17 July (41st death: Case 47229. 327 new cases, total at 47,453), 17 July (Lawrence Wong), 17 July (Welcome to SG), 16 July (248 new cases, total at 47,126), 15 July (249 new cases, total at 46,878), 14 July (40th death: Case 17168. 347 new cases, total at 46,629), 13 July (322 new cases, total at 46,283), 12 July (178 new cases, total at 45961), 11 July (170 New cases, total at 45,783), 10 July (191 New cases, total at 45,613).

 

10 July 2020: Singapore General Election.

 

9 July (125 new cases, total at 45,423), 8 July (39th death: Case 45227. 158 new cases, total at 45,298), 7 July (157 new cases, total at 45,140), 6 July (183 new cases, total at 44,983), 5 July (136 new cases, total at 44,800), 4 July (185 new cases, total at 44,664), 3 July (169 new cases, total at 44,479), 2 July (188 new cases, total at 44,310), 1 July (215 new cases, total at 44,122).

 

30 June (246 new cases, total at 43,907), 29 June (202 new cases, total at 43,661), 28 June (213 new cases, total at 43,459), 27 June (38th death: Case 38238), 27 June (291 new cases, total at 43,246), 26 June (219 new cases, total at 42,955), 25 June (113 new cases, total at 42,736), 24 June (191 new cases, total at 42,623), 23 June (37th death: Case 28388), 23 June (119 new cases, total at 42,432), 22 June (218 new cases, total at 42,313), 21 June (262 new cases, total at 42,095), 20 June (HengSK), 20 June (218 new cases, total at 41,833), 19 June (142 new cases, total at 41,615), 18 June (257 new cases, total at 41,473), 17 June (Tharman), 17 June (247 new cases, total at 41,216), 16 June (151 new cases, total at 40,969), 15 June (Reopening on 19 June 2020), 15 June (214 new cases, total at 40,818), 14 June (CCS), 14 June (407 new cases, total at 40,604), 13 June (36th death: Case 161. 347 new cases, total at 40,197), 12 June (463 new cases, Total at 39,850), 11 June (Dormitories), 11 June (35th death: Case 39327. 422 new cases, Total at 39,387), 10 June (451 new cases, Total at 38,965), 9 June (COVID-19 vaccine), 9 June (218 new cases, Total at 38,514), 8 June (386 new cases, Total at 38,296), 8 June (wearable devices). 7 June (383 new cases, Total at 37,910), 6 June (34th death: Case 11714. 344 new cases, Total at 37,527), 5 June (261 new cases, Total at 37,183), 4 June (517 new cases, Total at 36,922), 3 June (569 new cases, Total at 36,405), 2 June (544 new cases, Total at 35,836), 1 June (33rd death: Case 17329, 408 new cases, Total at 35,292).

 

31 May (518 new cases. Total at 34,884), 30 May (506 new cases. Total at 34,366), 29 May (611 new cases. Total at 33,860), 28 May (373 new cases. Total at 33,249), 27 May (Places visited by COVID-19 cases), 27 May (533 new cases. Total at 32,876), 26 May (383 new cases. Total at 32,342), 25 May (344 new cases. Total at 31,960), 24 May (548 new cases. Total at 31,616), 23 May (642 new cases. Total at 31,068), 22 May (614 new cases. Total at 30,426), 21 May (32nd death: Case 4689. 448 new cases. Total at 29,812), 20 May (570 new cases. Total at 29,364), 19 May (451 new cases. Total at 28,794), 18 May (305 new cases. Total at 28,343), 17 May (682 new cases. Total at 28,038), 16 May (31st death: Case 1516. 465 new cases. Total 27,356), 15 May (793 new cases. Total 26,891). 14 May (752 new cases. Total 26,098), 13 May (675 new cases. Total 25,346), 12 May (29th & 30th deaths: Cases 23908 & 24013. 884 new cases. Total 24,671). 11 May (27th & 28th deaths: Cases 23550 & 1305. 486 new cases. Total 23,822). 10 May (876 new cases. Total 23,336), 9 May (753 new cases, total at 22,460), 8 May (768 new cases, total 21,707), 7 May (741 new cases, total 20939), 6 May (25th & 26th deaths: Cases 1414 & 1528. 788 new cases, total 20,198), 5 May (24th death: Case 16370. 632 new cases, total 19,410). 4 May (573 new cases, total 18778), 3 May (23rd death: Case 14744. 657 new cases, total at 18,205), 2 May (21st & 22nd deaths: Cases 1323 & 17410. 447 new cases. Total 17,548), 1 May (20th death: Case 2728, 932 new cases, total 17,101).

 

30 April (19th death: Case 703. 528 new cases, total at 16,169), 29 April (690 new cases. Total at 15,641), 28 April (528 new cases. Total at 14,951), 27 April (17th & 18th deaths: Cases 1595 & 9682. 799 new cases. Total 14,423), 26 April (931 new cases. Total 13624), 25 April (618 new cases. Total at 12693), 24 April (16th death: Case 8190. 897 new cases. Total 12,075), 23 April (1037 new cases. Total 11,178), 22 April (15th death: Case 1071. 1,016 new cases, total 10,141), 21 April (1,111 new cases, total 9,125), 20 April (1,426 new cases, total 8,014), 19 April (596 new cases; total 6,588), 18 April (13th Death: Case 3145, 14th Death: Case 4754. 942 new cases, total at 5992), 17 April (623 new cases, total at 5,050).

16 April (728 new cases, 5 new clusters; total at 4,427), 15 April (12th death: Case 3381. 447 new cases, 4 new clusters, total at 3,699), 14 April (11th death: Case 128. 334 new cases, total no. 3252), 13 April (10th death: Case 1836. 386 new COVID-19 cases & 4 new Clusters. Total no. 2918), 12 April (233 new cases. Total no. 2532), 11 April (9th death: Case 1142. 191 new cases. Total no. 2299), 10 April (8th death: Case 987, 198 new cases. Total no. 2108. New Clusters include ICA Building), 9 April (287 new cases. Total no. 1910), 8 April (7th death: Case 1604, 142 new cases. Total no. 1623), 7 April (106 new cases. Total no. 1481), 6 April (66 new cases. Total no. 1375), 5 April (120 new cases. Total no. 1309), 5 April (20,000 migrant workers quarantined), 4 April (75 new cases. Total no. 1189), 4 April (6th death: Case 855), 3 April (5th death: Case 918), 3 April (65 new cases. Total no. 1114), 3 April (LHL), 2 April (49 new cases. Total no. 1049), 2 April (4th death: Case 476), 1 April (74 new cases; hit 1000 mark).

 

31 March (47 new cases),  31 March (Wrong path in fighting COVID-19?), 31 March (NUS), 30 March (35 new cases), 29 March (42 new cases), 29 March (3rd death: Case 109), 28 March (70 new cases), 27 March (49 new cases), 26 March (52 new cases), 25 March (73 new cases), 24 March (49 new cases), 23 March (58 new cases), 22 March (Visitors), 22 March (23 new cases), 21 March (47 new cases), 21 March (1st 2 deaths: Cases 90 & 212), 20 March (40 new cases), 19 March (32 new cases), 18 March (47 new cases), 17 March 2020 (23 new cases) & 16 March 2020 (17 new cases).  

 

Record of SARS outbreak around the World (SARS Treatment)

Record of how the Singapore Government handles the COVID-19

Major Mistakes which have caused the confirmed COVID-19 cases to surge in Singapore:

Refused to use the lessons learnt from the SARS outbreak (33 persons died in Singapore during 1 November 2002 – 31 July 2003) & encourage the People not to wear facemask before 3 April 2020.

Forgot about the conditions of our Foreign Workers who live in very congested dormitories & making them vulnerable to infections from asymptomatic COVID-19 carriers.

 

From Wikipedia:

COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore

Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore

2020 Singapore circuit breaker measures

 

 

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