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The chance of the haze affecting the Republic is expected to remain low, with more showers forecast here and in the region for the next few days, said the National Environment Agency (NEA) in an announcement made on 30 Sep. For the next 24 hours, the authority said, the one-hour PM2.5 concentration readings are expected to be in the normal band, while the 24-hour Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) should be in the moderate range. NEA has said that the health impact of the haze is dependent on one's health status, the PSI level and the length and intensity of outdoor activity. (Source: ST Online, 1 Oct)
The PHPC scheme is part of MOH's effort to partner GPs to better care for patients during public health emergencies and is a critical part of our national emergency preparedness efforts. During peacetime, it is key for GPs and clinic staff under the PHPC scheme to carry on getting training and to be well-prepared to offer care when there is a national emergency. You can now refresh your knowledge by completing an e-learning course on MOH's E-Learning Management System (ELMS). One CME core point is awarded upon completion. Click here for more information on the e-learning course. Should you like to come on-board PHPC, please contact your CHAS account managers.