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Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on Aug 3, Singapore News & Top Stories

Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Tuesday, Aug 3.


34-year-old seaman from Ukraine dies from Covid-19 complications in S’pore

There were also 10 new Covid-19 clusters reported on Monday, and they were all linked to previous cases.

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MOH apologises for delays, lapses in Covid-19 quarantine process

The number of people under quarantine has drastically increased with the emergence of several clusters, it said.

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Enforcement officers can enter homes without warrant to check on Covid-19 measures: URA

Actor Nick Mikhail had posted videos on Instagram about URA officers and police officers entering his home.

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Yishun Community Hospital Covid-19 cluster: 4 cases found in ward with most patients over 60

All 32 patients in ward D98 are now under quarantine and visits have been stopped.

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Wholesale market at Jurong Fishery Port reopens with strict safe management measures

More than 1,000 Covid-19 cases have been linked to the port cluster as at July 31.

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For SPH shareholders, Keppel’s offer is not perfect but it is the best on the table

It gives long-suffering shareholders a chance to unlock, maximise value and they should vote for it, says Ven Sreenivasan.

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Olympics: Singapore officials living their sporting dreams at Tokyo 2020

Christabel Koh, 37, has handled 14 table tennis matches so far at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium.

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Hong Kong recalibrates Covid-19 strategy to maintain zero-infection record

Under the tweaked rules, non-residents from high-risk areas can also enter Hong Kong if they are fully vaccinated.

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Trial begins for two men accused of molesting male Grab driver

Goh Suet Hong and Neo Wei Meng each face one count of outrage of modesty. 

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Singer JJ Lin issues legal statement refuting allegations against him over Kris Wu saga

The statement urged 28 online account users to stop spreading false statements about Lin.

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