Singapore Leaves Masks, Compulsory Regulations for Booster Vaccines Complicates Homecoming?

Suara.com – The response of the Covid-19 Task Force regarding the mandatory rule for booster vaccines, which is said to make it difficult to go home for Lebaran 2022, has become the most popular health news today, Friday (25/3/2022).

There is also Singapore, which no longer requires wearing a mask, so what needs to be done when a swab test shows a false negative.

Check out the summary of other interesting health news from Suara.com, below.

1. Bye Bye Covid-19! Singapore is quarantine-free for immigrants and is not required to wear masks

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Cycling in Singapore (Visit Singapore)
Cycling in Singapore (Visit Singapore)

A number of countries continue to relax restrictions to prevent the spread of Covid-19. One of them is Singapore which will lift quarantine obligations for all travelers who have been vaccinated starting April.

Quoted from ANTARA, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said his government would also remove the obligation to wear masks in the open and allow more people to gather.

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2. The Rules for Compulsory Boosters Are Considered to Complicate Eid Al-Fitr Homecoming in 2022, Spokesperson for the Task Force Gives an Explanation

Illustration of going home with a motorbike [suara.com/Kurniawan Mas'ud]
Illustration of going home with a motorbike [suara.com/Kurniawan Mas’ud]

The Covid-19 Handling Task Force or Covid-19 Task Force responded to the hectic criticism of mandatory boosters for travelers in Eid 2022.

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This decision is considered difficult for the community, and unfair when compared to international events such as the Mandalika MotoGP, whose conditions are considered easier.

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3. COVID-19 Task Force: Diabetes Mellitus Becomes the Most Comorbid Found in COVID-19 Patients

Illustration of diabetes.  (Pexels/Nataliya Vaitkevich)
Illustration of diabetes. (Pexels/Nataliya Vaitkevich)

COVID-19 infection can be deadly when the patient has a congenital disease or what is known as a comorbid.

Government Spokesperson for Handling COVID-19 Prof. Wiku Adisasmito said diabetes mellitus was the most common comorbid in COVID-19 patients.

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4. Covid-19 Swab Tests Can Show False Negative Results, Here’s What You Need To Do When You Are Symptomatic

Illustration of a swab test.  (Doc: Elements Envanto)
Illustration of a swab test. (Doc: Elements Envanto)

The Covid-19 swab test, both antigen and PCR, does not rule out the possibility of showing false negative or false negative results. In fact, the tested patients experienced some symptoms.

Comparatively, the PCR test has been referred to as the gold standard for detecting the presence of the corona virus in the body.

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5. 6 Fasting Tips for Stomach Acid Sufferers to Worship Smoothly in Ramadan

Illustration of breaking time for fasting.  (Photo by RODNAE Productions from Pexels)
Illustration of breaking time for fasting. (Photo by RODNAE Productions from Pexels)

Fasting provides its own challenges for those who suffer from stomach acid complaints. The reason is, not to eat lunch will be quite heavy. For that, let’s look at some fasting tips for people with stomach acid below.

Previously, stomach acid disease could be challenging because it would be prone to relapse during fasting activities. Inadequate sahur and iftar meals, combined with not eating lunch, trigger this relapse.

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