Tag: Wuhan virus

Covid-19 Virus – Time to Make This Personal

This is very serious and you should take this personally. The Wuhan virus is now a global emergency as declared by WHO and in Singapore, we are now at the second highest alert level. Yesterday evening, Singaporeans are now worried enough that supermarkets saw significantly elevated buying of essential food supplies and in several major NTUC outlets, even leaving the shelves bare. Forget about the hype and fake news, here is why you need to start taking this personally – if you have not yet!

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Elderly are more vulnerable to Covid-19 Virus

Latest Update Jan 31 2020 6:25PM SGT

As reported in Strait Times website: “All travellers arriving from mainland China who had been there in the past 14 days, as well as anyone with a China passport, will be barred from entry or transit in Singapore, as the nation ramps up measures to keep the Wuhan virus at bay. The new measures will kick in at 11.59pm on Saturday (Feb 1).”

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Elderly should be aware that most of the deaths in China are “elderly and unwell”, as reported by Business Insider Singapore, noting however a recent victim was 36-years old. Given the reporting, it is important that seniors, especially those that have other ailments and chronic diseases, are aware that they are at risk and more susceptible. Here is what we know so far as of January 31 2020.

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