Coronavirus incidents leads to a loss of trust in the 4G multi-task force

“Do Not Wear A Mask If You Are Well” – This is the morning message that greets us every morning in the Straits Times front page for the last several days.

I believe this Health Advisory is the brainchild of the newly formed Multi-Ministry Task Force co-chair by Health Minister Mr Gan Kim Yong and National Development Minister Mr Lawrence Wong.

When there is an infectious disease invading our country and all over the world, such Health Advisory defies simple logic and common sense.

Young parents with children in kindergartens know too well how easily their little darlings fall ill to flu, cough and cold, and how easily they infect their parents and grandparents and vice-versa. The young children in pre-schools and kindergartens do not wear face masks and so they pick up viruses from those who are ill. Parents send their children to school without knowing if there are children with a cold or runny nose.

Last week, I was in Ang Mo Kio Polyclinic to consult a doctor for a cough that lingers on. I noticed the frontline staff including the doctor I met, wore N95 masks. I was in Ang Mo Kio Polyclinic again on 3 Feb and I noticed all the frontline staff there wore surgical masks. For sure they weren’t sick but it was the right for them to wear face masks for their own protection because of the number of patients they were meeting daily.

On a crowded MRT train, would we know if any commuters standing or sitting near us, without a mask but already infected with the Coronavirus? For myself, I always wear a surgical mask on the train even though I’m not unwell because I am prone to catching a flu in a crowded place.

The four masks that the government is giving to 1.3 m households is no consolation to those who need to wear a mask in crowded places as it has to be discarded after use.

The government has confidently stated that Singapore has sufficient stock of face masks and even advised people against hoarding. I went to the pharmacy in Ang Mo Kio Polyclinic twice and other pharmacies but no masks (of any kind) and hand sanitizers were available.

If there are sufficient stocks of masks in the warehouse, wouldn’t it be better to supply to all pharmacies to sell them directly to people who need them? Why control the distribution to only four masks per household like giving out war rations? The whole distribution of masks exercise looks like a rehearsal for mobilization exercise for the coming Election. Eighty-nine community centres and 654 RC Centres were activated involving an army of volunteers and PA staff (besides SAF men to do the packing of the masks into small bags).

Despite this huge organizational and manpower effort, it seems the giving of four masks to each household has not created much excitement with little queues reported. “As of yesterday, 26% of households have collected their masks.” – The Straits Times reported just 2 days ago.

Instead of setting up such elaborate organizational structure and manpower resource to distribute the masks and requiring people to look for the RCs or community centres to pick them up, a much easier way is to set up distribution booths in all MRT stations and bus terminals and provide a supply of masks on all buses for anyone who needs a mask. Of course this brings us back to the fundamental issue of the health advisory – “Do Not Wear A Mask If You Are Well.” Does Singapore hold enough stock to give a mask to anyone who needs one?

It seems to me that the setting up a large Multi-Ministry Task Force with two co-chairman is politically intended to show the people that the PAP government has the leaders who are capable of executing a plan to defend Singapore against the Coronavirus. A Multi-Ministry Task Force does not guarantee wise and practical decisions if every member in the committee sings the same tune.

Instead of the Minister for Health being the key minister to be responsible for the task of fighting the Coronavirus and bear the ultimate responsibility, this is now shared among a team of 4G and younger ministers. This large task force is a show of strength and unity of PAP new leaders before an Election takes place. It also means they are ready to take credit for its success in fighting the community spread of virus and the ultimate responsibility for any failure.

Our whole country is guided by this task force and our lives are in their hands. So I think it is fair and appropriate that Singaporean voters judge them accordingly and hold them fully accountable for the outcome of their decisions and actions as members of the task force.

The first ‘baptism of fire’ came when the mainstream media reported “Singapore recorded its first cases of local Coronavirus transmission, with four women here infected who had not travelled to Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak.” The new cases constitute “limited local transmission,” according to MOH. The next day, Mr. Gan said at a press conference: “There is, however, no evidence of widespread community transmission”, which sounded like he was consoling himself.

Yes, it wasn’t a widespread community transmission yet but could this high-powered task force have prevented it from happening?

The are a few key questions to be asked:

Had the Health Advisory (“Do not wear a mask if you are well”) contributed to this “limited local transmission”? Was the Task Force careless and irresponsible in approving and issuing such a Health Advisory? Are the people expected to wait till they get infected by the Coronavirus before wearing a mask?

I sincerely ask Mr Gan not to look for an escape route so soon when he cautioned us that “despite our best efforts, Singapore could still see extensive community spread.”  This cautioned statement directed at all of us gives the impression that as Health Minister and Co-chairman of the Multi-Ministry Task Force, he does not have the confidence to defend Singapore against this virus epidemic (even though Singapore is a small nation with a comparatively small population).

Over the last five decades, the people have always turned to the PAP government in a time of crisis. The Coronavirus epidemic is no different. Therefore, I feel it is timely that Singaporeans take a hard look at how the 4G and younger leaders performed for this crisis period at the coming Election.

Please do not make the people of Singapore sacrificial lambs because there are political considerations that may take priority over the safety and health of our people. The people of Singapore includes everyone living and working or studying here with/without their families who are citizens, PRs, foreign employees and expatriates.

I certainly wish this Multi-Ministry Task Force succeeds in defending Singapore against the Coronavirus attack and keep Singapore and all its people safe from harm.

Thank you.

 

Kok Ming Cheang

 

 

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45 Responses to “Coronavirus incidents leads to a loss of trust in the 4G multi-task force”

  • 4G standard sux:

    You call this 4G standard.
    Then I better prepare to migrate. Future is bleak without a LKY. Just kidding I not a fan. Yew get the point.

    In hospitals , we know nurses who are well wear masks. This public info not to wear it if not unwell is against medical guidelines?

    Is a administrator assuming he is the arbiter of medical truth by giving such edicts ?

    Emperor wearing a transparent thong ?

    4G my foot.

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  • Pira:

    Now got comiunal speeding.need to wear already.

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  • The Other Hard Truths:

    So, the grand question is : what is the purpose of a mask?

    If a mask is supposedly an effective barrier against the infiltration of the virus, then shouldn’t uninfected persons wear masks to protect themselves?

    By asking uninfected persons not to wear masks, are not the self-proclaimed experts (and wannabe political mileage milkers) persuading the folks to get exposed and be infected? Or are the masks simply useless?

    But then there is this contradiction: infected persons are required to wear masks, so logically the masks MUST BE effective, in blocking the virus. If that is so, then why stop uninfected persons from wearing masks?

    The political smart ones, like Putucherry, need to provide a sane answer.

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  • Only 28 Cases?:

    By taking a common position they project unity; the media announces it and the peole believe it. In the past, the common sense approach was to wear a mask to protect yourself from the virus infection. If it turns out they are wrong, many could be infected or even die because they received bad advice. “Do not wear the mask if you are well” exposes you to those who do not know they are unwell but think they are well and do not wear the mask. Confused already?

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  • Notanotgernameicannotuse:

    Of the 28 infected, I bet all were healthy and not wearing a mask when they got infected. This proves the government’s mantra is 100% false!

    If you really care for your family and yourself, disregard the nonsensical advice and follow your head.

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  • N.Jungne:

    I see no queue at all why arh? All dead orlady.

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  • Boh Kia See:

    Maybe if the PAP is unable to stop the virus, they should buy more jets from the US–to strengthen our borders!!!

    We are viewing the helplessness of the PAP totally impotent but put on a shameless lying face. So far the PAP has done nothing but play the situation for their political gain. that is my view as they continue to undermine the authority of the aljunied GRC shamelessly.

    VTO–the PAP.

    It seems that the whole early childhood industry is virtually owned by the PAP in one guise of another. How to have regulations for the sector when they are so heavily involved in it?

    VTO–the PAP to reclaim Singapore for Singaporeans and future generations.

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  • Bapak:

    Yesterday, I went to Watson asked for face mask & hand sanitiser no stock. Asked them when is next stock supply don’t know. Is this how we prepare for Total Defense?

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  • Bapak:

    Did anyone notice the queue to buy TOTO is longer than the queue to collect masks.

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  • the population at large:

    //By taking a common position they project unity;//

    makes sense ? as long as the unity is not on some wayang at the expense of the population at large OR made to save face for some white idiotic tua-liats who may have boxed themselves in because of some past ‘silly’ statement ?

    the impression given is that the white idiots are not known not to have some ‘honest mistakes’ ?????

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  • The big boot:

    Is the statement a fake news? If not, how is that someone who sneezes in the train was told off by fellow commuters to ‘act responsibly’ for not wearing a mask when she sneezes?

    This pappies Government lead by pinklee is most reactive despite much grooming using public funds.

    It is time, really time to give pink, Wong n gan the big boot!

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  • mike:

    Masks no enough lah. That’s why need a lot of posters and chorus to sing the same tune.

    Not only masks, disinfectants also not enough. More to come for not enough if this drags on for another 2~3 months. >.<"

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  • Asd:

    Fake news n fake newspaper and fake news media.. I think its nonsense because why all doctor who is not sick is wearing mask ar

    I think it is irresponsible to tell people not to take precaution by wearing mask

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  • Sinkie:

    4G elites declare only the infected should wear mask.

    What if you unluckily stand besides an infected person who happened not to wear a mask?

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  • Truth:

    “Do not wear a mask if you are well” applies to the public but not to those in hospital who are WELL. That means the “Do not wear a mask if you are well” is a not Truth becos it was not practiced in the certain Gov institutions. It is a deceptive statement but rest assured the one who came up with this statement will likely to FACE GOD’s JUDGEMENT! Not believing in God does not absolve the sinner from judgement.

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  • REGIME CHANGE is the solution:

    GKY and LW have their heads screwed in backward. It is stupid to say do not wear mask if you are well. You wear a mask even if you are well because some people around might NOT be well and are NOT wearing one. You do not want to get infected. Another good reason to vote for regime change.

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  • TruBlu:

    Wearing masks or not is not the issue.
    The CRUX OF THE *MATTER* is WHY NO MASK AVAILABLE?
    HOW TO RUN A COUNTRY LIKE THAT?
    GENERALS STUDY STRATEGIES,DIDNT THEY?
    THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO BE ABLE TO THINK N MAKE FORECASTS FOR THE COMMON GOOD OF SGS,right?

    TOTAL.
    DEDENCE IS A BULL-CRAP as practised here.
    Sgs are put on risks from economics(joblessness) to social to health n even psycholigically for those 12-year olds whose PSLE RESULTS got withheld?

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  • TruBlu:

    It is clear from current stats of INFECTION BY COUNTRIES that TINY N HIGH DENSITY SG ranks HIGH OUTSIDE PRC.

    We can infer that SG GOVT HAS IMPLEMENTED A RATHER RECKLESS N SENSELESS FT POLICY.

    THERE IS NO DOUBT ABOUT IT.

    THE GAHMEN OWE ALL SGS AN EXPLANATION N MUST RIGHT THEIR WRONG-DOINGS AGAINST THE NATION.

    WE ARE SGS N MUST NEVER DISINTEGRATE INTO SOMETHING ELSE BY CONSEQUENCE OF DAFT FT POLICY.

    BETTER TO HAVE A SMALLISH BUT HEALTHY NATION THAN A SICK NATION.

    THINK SCHOLARS,USE YOUR BRAINS.

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  • TruBlu:

    Everything has a PRICE.
    So does *GLOBA-LIE-$ATION*.

    Greed is good?
    Well,let CLEVER PEOPLE decide???

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  • SGvirus:

    KNN! The 4 cases of local transmission were only just detected. So how could the health Min be so stupid to say it is a “limited local transmission” when it is still early days?

    How many people have the 4 locals come close in contact with when they went about their daily life before they fell sick?

    We are no ministers, not paid big dollars yet we know that the possibility of the 4 locals transmitting the virus to other locals is high bcoz our public transport and makan places are so crowded everyday. As such, it’s a matter of time more and more locals will be infected and the virus multiplies.

    I’m waiting to see when these jiak liao bee ministers would lose face and tell us -
    “PLEASE wear a mask EVEN IF you are well.”

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  • TruBlu:

    CRITICAL times calls for drastic ACTIONS..
    STOP THE CATASTROPHY BEFORE IT HAPPENS.
    FTs coming from PRC must not be allowed to enter Sg or the SPREAD OF C VIRUS will be faster and more pronounced,like it or not.

    Work stoppages for the time being must be humbly accepted or the SOCIO-ECONOMIC COSTS TO OUR TINY NATION MAY BE PROPORTIONATELY GREATER THAN WHAT WE WITNESS NOW.

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  • Tewkauleh:

    Alamak, the gun is weak so need back-up, better put a wong behind to “help”.
    No need to wear mask if you are well, MY FOOT. Are all doctors and nurse taking care of patients unwell? If they are well and OK, then they are justing wasting all the mask they are wearing. So inconsiderate, right?
    For people who need to move around, who know who is sick besides them? Wait until get sick then wear a mask, die already lah.
    By distributing 4 masks to a family is just trying to wayang there are plenty of masks and no need to rush into buying. There are so many shortage in pharmacies and shops so where are all the stocks? Is the government hoarding them for their own people use?
    First, when all China citizen get virus, they loudly proclaim no local community transmission. When a Singaporean got the virus, change to limited local transmission. When more Singaporeans get infected, then what? No widespread local transmission, right? BIG BULLS ON THE LOOSE!!!

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  • TruBlu:

    For the jobless sgs,WHO WILL PAY THEIR MEDICAL BILLS should they get infected by C Virus???

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  • Fake-news vs Coronavirus:

    Multi-Ministry Task Force not only defending Singapore against the Coronavirus attack, but they also work hard against fake news. It seems that there is no control of fake news flying all over the places. The government should give a heavy penalty to those who spread fake news. It is a very disturbance and the content is depressing. Although there is control as stated in the link, it is really lagging. Hopefully, our government can work harder to control the fake news spreading at every corner.

    https://singaporelegaladvice.com/law-articles/singapore-fake-news-protection-online-falsehoods-manipulation/

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  • Seeker of Truth:

    Why can’t this Govt. just level with its’ citizens that there is a shortages of masks due to surge in demand in Asia and China. Instead come out all the BS in news and TV. I would have appreciate it and will not blame them. It is a truth that Singaporeans need. Not all these BS flying around.

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  • Many stupid exist:

    So is a mask to be worn ONLY WHEM YOU GET MISS CORONA?

    KnN!

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  • Wear mask when necessary:

    “All brains should connect to government’s slogan’Wear mask only if unwell’”. Do not find any meaningful of wearing mask? The virus spread through touching and not saliva. Why are we overdoing it? How can we prove that we are safe if we wear a mask?

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  • justanothercitizen:

    Sheep will follow their leader off the cliff. Are you going to go with them?

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  • Are we prepared.?:

    We are poorly prepared for a pandemic. See the Global Health security ranking for pandemic preparedness. Thailand rank 6, Malaysia 18 and Singapore 24. No wonder thais can queue for 10 each buyer at retail stores but none available for us at retail.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/niallmccarthy/2020/01/27/the-countries-best-and-worst-prepared-for-an-epidemic-infographic/#3c47a9405799

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  • Do not blame government!:

    I am not PAP supporter, but I felt unfair that the arrows are pointed to our government and PAP. Why is that so? It is the people faults who spread the fake news. Our gov too nice to those people who spread fake news and allow it to circulate within the social media, the news is very alarming and depressing. Just wondering how could gov take proper and immediate action to stop all this nuisance news.

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  • SG Comes Under Radar:

    India is now screening travellers from SG, Thailand and HK. This comes not long after one reported case of a Malaysian who claimed he was infected while attending a business meeting in SG. if more such cases emerged, SG will be placed on the list of countries under ban.

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  • When the residents of ivory towers proudly proclaimed that masks have enough stocks, they weren’t lying, merely BSing.

    It is possible that their “enough” refers to, and is meant “for those who are infected and sick” because those well need not wear a mask.

    Since only 30 of are sick, so only need 30 mask a day, sure enough what. Dio bo?

    Increase the number of those infected to 100 and then everyone die die will want to wear a mask liao, then tell them to say again still got enough or not to last a month.

    A clever person solves a problem, a wise person avoids it. – Albert Einstein

    Needless to say, those living in the ivory towers are all wise men and women.

    .

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  • Total Defense?:

    One of the strategy for the govt to look at is to not allow the export of strategic items (both medical and non medical) by suppliers unless they get approval from the government in a crisis.

    There was a report that a singer from China who is visiting Singapore manage to acquire 160.000 face mask and export to China. If every suppliers does that, there won’t be any face mask left in Singapore.

    General Chan, this is an opportunity for you to prove yourself.

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  • To Mast or Not to Mask?:

    It suddenly dawned on me why the doctor said to wear the mask when you need to go see the doctor!

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  • To Trust or Not to Trust?:

    To Mast or Not to Mask?:
    It suddenly dawned on me why the doctor said to wear the mask when you need to go see the doctor!

    Not if it is Tan KL. Doctor will be the one to wear first.

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  • Could Be 1st Stage of Truth:

    Fake-news vs Coronavirus:
    Multi-Ministry Task Force not only defending Singapore against the Coronavirus attack, but they also work hard against fake news. It seems that there is no control of fake news flying all over the places. The government should give a heavy penalty to those who spread fake news. It is a very disturbance and the content is depressing. Although there is control as stated in the link, it is really lagging. Hopefully, our government can work harder to control the fake news spreading at every corner.

    https://singaporelegaladvice.com/law-articles/singapore-fake-news-protection-online-falsehoods-manipulation/

    In Wuhan, the government were spending time and effort trying to suppress the truth and persecute those who tried to alert others instead of fighting the virus. We could learn from what has happened in Wuhan and not repeat it.

    “Fake News” could jolly well be the first stage of truth. It’s being ridiculed.

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  • Invisible and Invincible Virus:

    28 cases now. Don’t underestimate
    The highly potential exponential growth of human-to-human infection, yet to show up.

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  • Invisible and Invincible Virus:
    28 cases now. Don’t underestimate
    The highly potential exponential growth of human-to-human infection, yet to show up.

    This is just the beginning, Millister Gan already warned liao, must expect more “community transmission”, suggesting that it is unavoidable.

    So therefore mask or no mask also no difference?

    .

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  • 10M population policy 2 #1:

    TRE Techie: This is just the beginning, Millister Gan already warned liao, must expect more “community transmission”, suggesting that it is unavoidable.

    So therefore mask or no mask also no difference?

    Mask is for people to see. It does not serve any purpose if you fine. Mask should given to those people who really need it. At the end of the day, you ask yourself, how do the masks really help you?

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  • 3rd Stage of Truth:

    Could Be 1st Stage of Truth:
    Fake-news vs Coronavirus:
    Multi-Ministry Task Force not only defending Singapore against the Coronavirus attack, but they also work hard against fake news. It seems that there is no control of fake news flying all over the places. The government should give a heavy penalty to those who spread fake news. It is a very disturbance and the content is depressing. Although there is control as stated in the link, it is really lagging. Hopefully, our government can work harder to control the fake news spreading at every corner.

    https://singaporelegaladvice.com/law-articles/singapore-fake-news-protection-online-falsehoods-manipulation/

    In Wuhan, the government were spending time and effort trying to suppress the truth and persecute those who tried to alert others instead of fighting the virus. We could learn from what has happened in Wuhan and not repeat it.

    “Fake News” could jolly well be the first stage of truth. It’s being ridiculed.

    However, such so called “Fake News” may not eventually reach its third stage, which is being accepted as self-evident. The reason is that it would have been POFMAed at second stage when it’s being violently opposed. Very sad.

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  • Give mask to those that need:

    We should give an adequate number of masks to those families that need it.
    Maybe set up a counter at Poly Clinic to assess each case and give the number of masks as required for the family.4 pcs for each family is not enough if one member is sick. Now they can’t even buy additional mask from the local Pharmacy.
    Better for such family to wear the mask even when they are well in public…
    Will help to reduce local transmission.

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  • sick or healthy need mask:

    Give mask to those that need:
    We should give an adequate number of masks to those families that need it.
    Maybe set up a counter at Poly Clinic to assess each case and give the number of masks as required for the family.4 pcs for each family is not enough if one member is sick. Now they can’t even buy additional mask from the local Pharmacy.
    Better for such family to wear the mask even when they are well in public…
    Will help to reduce local transmission.

    if healthy need mask to prevent kenna. this is called prevention is better than cure. as can be seen, the 14 days may be a wrong number. it seems some who kenna take up to 28 days to show symptoms.

    if kenna already, need mask too. this is to prevent spreading. although already kenna, it is civic duty to wear mask to prevent the next person from kenna. unless black heart like pap IBs, wear that mask to help fellow humans in crowded small island.

    all said, both healthy and sick need mask. anyone who says kenna then need mask is either from pap or is brainless like tan kin lian.

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  • CCK:

    “A healthy society should not have just one voice.”
    — Dr. Li Wenliang, who died of the coronavirus he warned against

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  • mike:

    So funny one, everyone is talking about how mask can be used or should be used when the biggest question is: Any more supply of mask is coming into Singapore?

    Daft people, go check this news and find out! Tips, check news from Taiwan!

    The main manufacturers of masks cannot even keep up with the domestic demand in current sitiation. Some senitive electronic component manufacturers are now rushing to convert some of the production lines to produce masks for their own internal use.

    And you think how long “sufficient” will last?

    Already start recycling the use of masks! How long the current stockpile will last if recycling of mask is not required. How long you can recycle masks if you are recycling the usage? When your medical personnels and those at the front line fighting this virus need to recycle, what do you think the effectiveness of containing the spread? Wuhan was in such situation in the early stage.

    So, many of you should ask, do we have the capability to manufacture our own mask currently? If yes, HOW FAST?

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  • mike:

    https://edition.cnn.com/2020/02/08/health/coronavirus-hospital-infections-frieden/index.html

    Pofma CNN if it fake news.

    I think China is more effective in controlling fake news and so effective that the whole world is catching the virus foc

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