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  • Tuesday, July 22
  • 85 year old man passes away from dengue 
    An 85 year old Chinese man has passed away from dengue. He was first admitted to Parkway East Hospital on 20 Jul, and passed away on 21 Jul. NEA had previously detected a dengue cluster in the Joo Chat area near his residence and will continue with inspections and vector control operations in the area. Residents are encouraged to cooperate fully and Singaporeans are urged to continue performing the Mozzie Wipeout. Find out more on the latest dengue situation from www.dengue.gov.sg.
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  • Tuesday, July 22
  • Thundery showers expected for 23 Jul; 24 hr PSI to remain Moderate 
    As at 6pm on 22 Jul, the 24-hr PSI is 44-53, in the Moderate range. 43 hotspots were detected in Sumatra, probably due to an increase in cloud cover. The air quality in parts of Malaysia, such as Selangor, Perak, Penang and Kedah, was in the Unhealthy range today. For 23 Jul, the prevailing winds are forecast to blow from the south or southwest. Thundery showers are expected for Singapore in the morning. Overall air quality for the next 24 hrs is expected to remain Moderate.
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  • Tuesday, July 22
  • HDB sellers can now negotiate for temporary extension of stay for up to three months 
    To help facilitate sellers of resale flats move to their new homes, HDB will now allow sellers of HDB flats to negotiate with their buyers a temporary extension of stay in their HDB flats, by up to three months. This move will help those who may need more time for renovation or those awaiting funds from the sale of their current flats. Flat sellers who wish to extend their stay must have committed to a housing unit, and submitted their request for extension to HDB, at the time of the sale.
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  • Monday, July 21
  • Fair weather conditions in Singapore; overall air quality for next 24 hr expected to remain Moderate 
    As at 6pm on 21 Jul, the 24-hr PSI is 47-52 (Moderate). The air quality in some parts of Perak, Selangor and Penang, have been in the Unhealthy range, and a total of 150 hotspots were detected in Sumatra. Smoke haze from some hotspots in Riau has also spread to parts of western Peninsular Malaysia. For 22 Jul, the prevailing winds are forecast to blow from the south or southeast and fair weather is expected. The overall air quality for the next 24 hrs is expected to remain Moderate.
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  • Sunday, July 20
  • Haze forecast for 21 July: Overall 24 hr PSI expected to be Moderate  
    As at 6pm today, the 24-hr PSI is 51-55 (Moderate). 225 hotspots were detected in Sumatra today. Smoke haze from some hotspots in Riau was observed to have spread across the Strait of Malacca to parts of western Peninsular Malaysia. For 21 July, prevailing winds are forecast to blow from the south-southeast, with fair weather in Singapore. The overall air quality for the next 24 hours is expected to be in the Moderate range and everyone can continue with normal activities.
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