4,985 new Covid-19 cases reported in S'pore, up from 2,389 cases on May 30

31/5/2022 4:42:00 PM

4,985 new Covid-19 cases reported in S'pore, up from 2,389 cases on May 30

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4,985 new Covid-19 cases reported in S'pore, up from 2,389 cases on May 30

The number of new Covid-19 cases reported in Singapore surged on Tuesday (May 31) to 4,985 said the Ministry of Health (MOH) in an update on its website. This was more than double the 2,389 cases reported on Monday (May 30), but lower than last Tuesday's cases where 5,727...

Of the new local cases, 429 were detected through polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests.Another 4,345 cases were detected through antigen rapid tests (ART), which means the patients displayed no symptoms or their symptoms were mild.There were 211 new imported cases, with 10 detected through PCR tests and 201 through ART.

The weekly Covid-19 infection growth rate stood at 0.82, down from 0.95 the day before.The rate refers to the ratio of community cases for the past week over those of the week before. A rate of more than 1 shows that the number of new weekly Covid-19 cases is increasing.

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Another 4,345 cases were detected through antigen rapid tests (ART), which means the patients displayed no symptoms or their symptoms were mild. There were 211 new imported cases, with 10 detected through PCR tests and 201 through ART. This was more than double the 2,389 cases reported on Monday (May 30), but lower than last Tuesday's (May cases, where 5,727 were reported. The weekly Covid-19 infection growth rate stood at 0. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) was unable to say how long testing will take, but industry sources said the local testing of trains typically takes"three to six months if the regulator and operator conduct the tests together".82, down from 0. There were 330 hospitalised Covid-19 cases on Tuesday, with 11 patients in intensive care and 38 requiring oxygen support.95 the day before. "We think that exports to China have begun to normalise in May after the dip in April, thanks to the easing of restrictions in major ports and factories," said Societe Generale economist Oh Suk-tae.

The rate refers to the ratio of community cases for the past week over those of the week before. There were 4,774 new locally transmitted cases. The new trains are from French transport giant Alstom but manufactured in China. A rate of more than 1 shows that the number of new weekly Covid-19 cases is increasing. With the latest update on Thursday, Singapore has recorded a total of 1,303,294 Covid-19 cases, with 1,389 deaths. Another 4,345 cases were detected through antigen rapid tests (ART), which means the patients displayed no symptoms or their symptoms were mild. Get The New Paper on your phone with the free TNP app. In May alone, commuters faced two major disruptions on the line, with 48 passengers stranded on a stalled train last Tuesday (May 24) having to disembark and walk on the elevated tracks to the nearest station. Download from the . The weekly Covid-19 infection growth rate stood at 0. Imports were seen outpacing exports by growing 31.