1. S'pore may further ease Covid-19 restrictions around end-July | THE BIG STORY  The Straits Times
  2. Singapore warns against exercise, gym post mRNA jab after boy suffers cardiac arrest  Republic World
  3. Singapore residents who took Sinovac vaccine can have second Pfizer or Moderna jabs  Yahoo News
  4. Cause of cardiac arrest for 16-year-old who got Covid-19 vaccine still being investigated  The Straits Times
  5. 16-year-old's cardiac arrest after Covid-19 jab: Authorities looking into vaccination, health supplements among possible factors  TODAYonline
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The boy who suffered a cardiac arrest six days after receiving his first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine had been taking supplements, a senior MOH official said.The boy who suffered a cardiac arrest six days after receiving his first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine had been taking supplements, a senior MOH official said.

Boy who had cardiac arrest after Pfizer jab took supplements

Singapore News - Swimming, cycling, lifting of heavy weights, and ball and racket games are some of the activities individuals should avoid for seven days after receiving their first and second doses of a Covid-19 vaccine, said the Ministry of Health (MOH). The clarification in an MOH... Read more at www.tnp.sgSwimming, cycling, lifting of heavy weights, and ball and racket games are some of the activities individuals should avoid for seven...

MOH lists activities to be avoided for 7 days after Covid-19 jab, Latest Singapore News - The New Paper

Latest Singapore News and Headlines, Top Stories and Alternative Perspectives.Latest Singapore News and Headlines, Top Stories and Alternative Perspectives.

16-year-old boy collapses from cardiac arrest; did weightlifting after Pfizer vaccine jab - The Independent Singapore News

Five of the seven imported cases were detected upon arrival.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Health News -Five of the seven imported cases were detected upon arrival.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

5 new locally transmitted Covid-19 cases in S'pore, 2 unlinked, Health News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Those who have received the Sinovac vaccine locally as well as returning Singapore residents who have received a vaccine overseas different from the two under the national vaccination drive would be allowed to receive two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.Those who have received the Sinovac vaccine locally as well as returning Singapore residents who have received a vaccine overseas different from the two under the national vaccination drive would be allowed to receive two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

Singapore to allow COVID vaccine jabs from different makers

Previously, the Singapore guidelines recommended a brief break from exercise only after receiving both doses of the vaccine. Previously, the Singapore guidelines recommended a brief break from exercise only after receiving both doses of the vaccine.

Explained: Why Singapore is urging people to avoid exercise for a week after getting the Covid shot | Explained News,The Indian Express

SINGAPORE: A Singapore study has found that COVID-19 vaccination provides about 69 per cent protection against infection by the Delta variant of ...SINGAPORE: A Singapore study has found that COVID-19 vaccination provides about 69 per cent protection against infection by the Delta variant of ...

Full COVID-19 vaccination provides 69% protection against infection by Delta variant: Singapore study - CNA

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SINGAPORE — The authorities have approved S$451,000 worth of financial aid to people who had suffered serious side effects from Covid-19 vaccines in Singapore, Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said on Tuesday (July 6). SINGAPORE — The authorities have approved S$451,000 worth of financial aid to people who had suffered serious side effects from Covid-19 vaccines in Singapore, Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said on Tuesday (July 6).

102 people qualify for S$451,000 in Covid-19 vaccine injury financial aid to date: Ong Ye Kung

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Singapore's Health Science Authority has said that till June 30, heart problems had been experienced by 12 people after their vaccinations.Singapore's Health Science Authority has said that till June 30, heart problems had been experienced by 12 people after their vaccinations.

Singapore Urges Citizens To Avoid Strenuous Exercise For A Week After COVID-19 Vaccination

SINGAPORE, July 6 — Two adverse events related to the Sinovac vaccine had been reported in the first 12 days the China-made vaccine was allowed to be administered at clinics here. Health Minister Ong Ye Kung revealed this in a written response to a parliamentary question yesterday (July 5), as he...SINGAPORE, July 6 — Two adverse events related to the Sinovac vaccine had been reported in the first 12 days the China-made vaccine was allowed to be administered at clinics here. Health Minister Ong Ye Kung revealed this in a written response to a parliamentary question yesterday (July 5), as he...

Over 17,000 people in Singapore given first dose of Sinovac vaccine, including two who developed rashes | Singapore | Malay Mail

SINGAPORE - Larger groups of five people will be allowed to dine in at eateries from next Monday (July 12) as Singapore reopens further following an improvement in its Covid-19 situation. Finance Minister Lawrence Wong announced on Wednesday (July 7) that wedding receptions for up to 250 will also be allowed with pre-event testing, while gyms and fitness studios can...SINGAPORE - Larger groups of five people will be allowed to dine in at eateries from next Monday (July 12) as Singapore reopens further following an improvement in its Covid-19 situation. Finance Minister Lawrence Wong announced on Wednesday (July 7) that wedding receptions for up to 250 will also be allowed with pre-event testing, while gyms and fitness studios can...

Groups of 5 allowed to dine in from July 12 as Covid-19 situation in Singapore improves, Singapore News - AsiaOne

Singapore’s Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Tuesday that Individuals who got the Sinovac Covid-19 shot are not included in Singapore’s national vaccination numbers. However, the ministry added that those who have received the vaccine will have the record reflected in the National Immunisation Registry and soon, the HealthHub mobile app as well.ADVERTISEMENT The Sinovac […]

Sinovac Recipients In Singapore Not Included In Covid-19 Vaccination Tally - Lowyat.NET

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