Service calls at a pair of new bus stops along Seletar Aerospace Drive from 22 September The route serves the Sengkang West region which previously was only served by Bus Service 85 , boosting essential links for residents living in the area. In addition, it serves three new pairs of bus stops along Buangkok Drive. Initially planned to operate between Hougang Central and Seletar Aerospace Park, Service was eventually cut short to loop at Jalan Kayu upon route commencement, possibly due to lack of demand along the removed sector.
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102-year-old who is Singapore's oldest coronavirus survivor discharged on May 1
Madam Yap was among 16 residents and staff at the Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home who caught the virus - a cluster that led to a ban on visitors to all nursing and old folks' homes in April. Lee Ah Mooi stated on Facebook on Friday afternoon: "Today is a day of happiness as we welcome home our residents who fought hard to recover and overcome the Covid virus. We thank the heroic and selfless efforts of our front-line healthcare colleagues who nursed them back to health. Madam Yap, who was born during the Spanish flu pandemic in , is among the rare centenarians worldwide battling Covid
Yesterday, Madam Yap was alert again as she bit into her favourite food: durian puff, a weekly treat before she was hospitalised on April 1. At age , Madam Yap is Singapore's oldest coronavirus survivor. She was discharged from Tan Tock Seng Hospital two days ago. She was born in during the Spanish flu - the world's worst pandemic - which reportedly killed more than 50 million people worldwide, including 2, in Singapore. Covid, however, has been far less deadly.
At 102, she fought and beat Covid-19
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