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Stories from the war against COVID-19 #StrongerTogether

James Diano

James Diano

“Some visitors were upset when we first changed our visitor policy..."
Evelyn Wong

Evelyn Wong

“I would be lying if I say I have no fear...”

Umarul Naim Bin Bacok

“We are cleaning the escalator hand rails, lift buttons and other public areas even more times than usual."

Teng Chai Lian

“We worked through the Chinese New Year public holidays to ensure that we are well prepared with resources, manpower and equipment to respond swiftly.

Koh Sim Moy

"How are you feeling today?" "Are you comfortable staying here?" "Have you been in touch with any of your family members?" "Is there anything you need for your stay?"

Rosnita Bte Ismail

“I am part of the dedicated team at Ward 56A caring for patients with Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI).

Sally Moo Hiang Lee

Managing the COVID-19 situation at the frontline is indeed an experience with its unique challenges and rewards.

Andres Lim

People often think of a pharmacist as one who packs and dispenses medications. In reality, we work behind the scenes ensuring medication safety for our patients.

Rosman Bin Abdul Karim

When I was activated to transfer a suspected COVID-19 paediatric case to another hospital, the first thought that flashed through my mind? My wife and our 1-year-old daughter.

Han Hwi Kwang

I was part of the MOH contact tracing team during the SARS outbreak.

Ubaidullah Shaik Dawood

When I was informed of a patient I was managing tested positive for COVID-19, it felt surreal. The virus was getting closer to us than we had realised.

Tengku Hilmi Bin Tengku Abdul Kadir

“When I was informed that the patient I had assisted in transferring to the isolation ward was diagnosed with COVID-19, I wasn’t worried nor scared.

Kelvin Kuan

“We are more prepared this time round because of the models developed for SARS and H1N!

Jennifer Lim

“Any healthcare staff will agree that compassion is the real key as to why we carry on taking care of our patients, despite the circumstances."

Raghuram Jagadesan

"Despite the uncertainties of dealing with the unknown virus, the junior doctors were very professional in their approach to the situation."

Darren Tan

“At the Operation Centre, we have been keeping tabs on COVID-19 developments since late December. When the first COVID-19 patient was admitted into SGH, we were prepared and swung into action swiftly.”

Nennie Fadillah Hssnawi

“With the evolving COVID-19 situation, I have to juggle more responsibilities, but I am glad to know that there is always a solution to any problems that I may have, as my supervisors are available 24/7 to help us if we are faced with a challenges"