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All McDonald’s outlets in Singapore will be closed until May 4, 2020

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Mcdonalds’s announced today that it will close all its outlet until May 4, 2020.

This suspension will take effect from 11 am on 19 April 2020.

Here is their Facebook post announcement:


As a preventative action in the fight against COVID-19, we’ve been advised by the Ministry of Health to suspend all restaurant operations, including McDelivery and Drive-Thru, until May 4.

We’ll be closing all restaurants today, 19 April at 11am and will take our last Drive-Thru and Delivery orders at 8am and 10.30am, respectively.

These are unprecedented times for all of us. With the safety of all our customers and employees as the top priority, we will do all we can to help Singapore flatten the curve.

From all of us at McDonald’s Singapore, we thank you for your continued support.

We’ll miss you and look forward to serving you again.

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Enjoy FREE parking at CapitaLand Malls from Feb 16 during lunch and dinner time

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From Feb 16, 2020, until further notice, shoppers can enjoy FREE parking at CapitaLand Malls during lunch and dinner time.

Retailers in Singapore are feeling the impact as people are more worried about the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

There will be cashback promotions and giveaway of STAR$ and eCapitaVoucher for CapitaStar members too!

Here is the list of participating outlets:

MALLSFREE PARKING HOURS
Bedok Mall12:30pm -2:30pm (Mon-Sun & PH) 
Bugis Junction6pm – 8pm (Mon-Sun & PH)
Bugis+After 6pm (Mon-Thu)6pm – 8pm (Fri-Sun & PH)
Bukit Panjang Plaza12:30pm -2:30pm (Mon-Sun & PH) 
Clarke Quay6pm – 8pm (Mon-Sun & PH)
FunanAfter 6pm (Mon-Sun & PH)
IMM1 hr Free Parking (Mon-Fri, excluding PH), valid for first entry. 6pm – 8pm (Sat – Sun & PH)
JCube12:30pm – 2:30pm (Mon-Sun & PH)
Junction 8After 6pm (Mon-Sun & PH)
Lot One12:30pm – 2:30pm (Mon-Sun & PH)
Plaza SingapuraAfter 6pm (Mon-Sun & PH)
Raffles City Shopping CentreAfter 6pm (Mon-Fri)6pm – 8pm (Sat-Sun & PH) 
Tampines MallAfter 6pm (Mon-Sun & PH)
The Star Vista12:00pm – 3:00pm (Mon-Fri excluding PH)
Westgate12:30pm – 2:30pm (Mon-Sun & PH)

Terms and Conditions

  • Applicable to all vehicles (cars, vans and motorcycles)
  • Prevailing parking charges is applicable to hours outside of the above free parking hours and upon the end time of the evening per entry block. For prevailing parking rates, please refer to each of the mall’s amenities page
  • The Management reserves the right to amend or withdraw these terms and conditions at any time without prior notice

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300 DBS employees at MBFC evacuated after confirmed case at DBS Asia Central

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An email was seen by Just Share News team today at 2:51 pm said that there is one confirmed case of coronavirus at DBS Asia Central Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC Tower 3) on Level 43.

On the email, the 300 staff working on the same floor were evacuated and will work from home for the time being and they are currently conducting detailed contact tracing to ensure those who have been in close contact with the staff involved are informed.

The same e-mail said that on Sunday, a confirmed case had also been detected in MBFC Tower 1.

Other precautionary measures DBS taken include deep cleaning of the office premises (Including common areas such as lift lobbies and toilets). The health and well-being of our people remains a top priority.

The number of coronavirus cases here in Singapore is currently at 47.

This is a developing story.

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2 new coronavirus cases involving one of the new patients working at Resorts World Sentosa Casino

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Two more coronavirus cases have been confirmed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Feb 11 bring the total cases in Singapore here to 47.

46th patient
One of the workers is a 35-year-old Singapore permanent resident (PR) resident in Johor Bahru and who’s working at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) casino. He developed symptoms on 5 Feb and visited a clinic 4 days later on 9 Feb.

He was later taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) on the same day when he was tested positive for the virus on Monday (10 Feb) and currently isolated at the National Centre for Infection Diseases (NCID)

47th patient worked at the same location as 42nd patient
The other one is a 39-year-old Bangladeshi worker who worked at Seletar Aerospace Heights who was found to have the virus last Saturday. He felt ill on 6 Feb and went to the clinic on 7 Feb. He visited the NCID on 10 Feb and was tested positive for the coronavirus. It was reported that the man works and stayed at a rental place at Veerasamy Road.

Neither do not have prior travel to China at all.

Meanwhile, two more patients have been discharged from the hospital, bringing the total number of those who have recovered to nine.

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