No new COVID19 clusters were reported in Singapore on Monday
SINGAPORE: Singapore reported five new COVID-19 community infections as of noon on Monday (Jun 7), all linked to previous cases and already in ...
BookmarkSINGAPORE: Singapore reported five new COVID-19 community infections as of noon on Monday (Jun 7), all linked to previous cases and already in quarantine. Nine imported cases were also reported.This was the lowest number of new cases in the community since May 10, when three infections were reported. It was also the
that community cases remained in the single digits.AdvertisementAdvertisementTwo of the five new community infections are linked to the Atatcutz barber shop cluster. The shop is located at Simpang Bedok.One is a 34-year-old Singaporean man who works as a technical officer at Singapore Power. He is also a part-time barber at Atatcutz Singapore and is a workplace contact of three previously reported cases.
The man was placed on quarantine on Jun 2 and was tested for COVID-19 on Jun 4. His test result came back negative. He developed a fever and shortness of breath on Jun 5 and was tested against for COVID-19 the next day.His test result came back positive for COVID-19 infection on the same day and his serology test result is pending. headtopics.com
AdvertisementAdvertisementThe other case linked to the Atatcutz cluster is a 39-year-old permanent resident. He is a manager at Prudential Services Singapore and has been working from home.The 39-year-old man was identified as a close contact of Case 64507, a 25-year-old Malaysian man who works as a barber at Atatcutz Singapore. He was placed on quarantine on Jun 5.
The man developed a sore throat on the same day and he reported his symptom. He was tested for COVID-19 on Jun 6 and his result came back positive for COVID-19 infection on the same day. His serology test result is pending.TWO RESIDENTS AT MINDSVILLE@NAPIRI TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID-19
AdvertisementTwo other new community cases are linked to the Mindsville@Napiri cluster. Both cases are residents of the adult care home and were asymptomatic. They were detected from MOH's proactive testing of residents there and both had already been vaccinated against COVID-19.
The remaining case is linked to the Case 63964 cluster.The case, identified as Case 64103, is a 55-year-old Singaporean woman who works in an administrative role at Alco Engineering Trading. She was last at work on Feb 11.She is a family member of Case 63964, a 61-year-old Singaporean woman who works at NTUC FairPrice at Clementi Avenue 3 and Case 64011, a 51-year-old Singaporean man who works as a private hire driver for Grab. headtopics.com
The woman was placed on quarantine on Jun 2. She is asymptomatic and was detected when she was tested on Jun 6. Her test result came back positive the next day and her serology test result is pending.The 55-year-old woman received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on May 1 and the second dose on May 22.
There were also nine imported cases, all of whom had been placed on stay-home notice upon arrival in Singapore. Five were returning Singaporeans or permanent residents, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said. Read more: CNA »
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