It is one week after World Antibiotic Awareness Week. Nonetheless, raising awareness of antibiotics and antimicrobial resistance is an ongoing process, and the team led by Dr Clarence Tam from the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health set up their stations at Marine Parade Public Library this weekend.

The library did not see as much traffic as the one in Jurong – perhaps not being next to several shopping malls or this being the school holidays post-end of year exams affected visitor numbers. Some photos from the event taken yesterday.

By a stroke of coincidence, three out of four of the winners of the Secondary School section of the Essay Contest came to collect their prizes yesterday at almost the same time.

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