75 new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases in Singapore; 16 unlinked infections

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Singapore reports 75 new locally transmitted #COVID19 cases, including 16 unlinked infections

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Singapore reports 75 new locally transmitted COVID19 cases, including 16 unlinked infections

SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 75 new locally transmitted COVID-19 infections as of noon on Saturday (Aug 7), including 16 infections with no links to previous cases. Fifty infections were linked to previous cases and had been placed on quarantine. Another nine linked infections were detected thro

SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 75 new locally transmitted COVID-19 infections as of noon on Saturday (Aug 7), including 16 infections with no links to previous cases.Fifty infections were linked to previous cases and had been placed on quarantine. Another nine linked infections were detected through surveillance testing.

Among the new cases, three are above the age of 70 who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and at risk of serious illness, said the Ministry of Health (MOH).There were also six imported cases who were placed on stay-home notice or isolated upon arrival. Two infections were detected upon arrival in Singapore, and four developed the illness during the stay-home notice or isolation period.

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96 new locally transmitted Covid-19 cases in Singapore, including 38 unlinked infections

93 new locally transmitted Covid-19 cases in Singapore, including 29 unlinked infections

93 new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases in Singapore; including 29 unlinkedSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 93 new locally transmitted COVID-19 infections as of noon on Friday (Aug 6), including 29 infections with no links to previous cases. Fifty-six infections were linked to previous cases and had been placed on quarantine. Another eight linked infections were detected through sur 未接種疫苗只能叫外賣,不允許親自到餐廳去取外賣,和用膳。 number of cases still high including unlinked cases.. but Singapore is re-opening on Aug 10… i guess the white flag is raised against Covid and time to live with it. Just hope that the vaccine works as it should 🤞🏻 While we have controlled covid-19, our northern neighbour infection is having effects on Singapore with a few FnB production experiencing issues due to the rising cases. What chances are there that FnB manufacturing plants closure due to infections will not affect us badly?

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97 new COVID cases in Singapore, including 29 unlinkedThe Ministry of Health (MOH) on Friday (6 August) reported 97 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 65,605.

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Fifty infections were linked to previous cases and had been placed on quarantine. Another nine linked infections were detected through surveillance testing. Among the new cases, three are above the age of 70 who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and at risk of serious illness, said the Ministry of Health (MOH). There were also six imported cases who were placed on stay-home notice or isolated upon arrival. Two infections were detected upon arrival in Singapore, and four developed the illness during the stay-home notice or isolation period.59pm on Saturday will still need to complete their stay-home notice and exit swab, added MOH.

In total, Singapore reported 81 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday. MOH will provide more updates on Singapore's COVID-19 situation on Saturday night. Related: Fully vaccinated travellers from 8 countries can apply to serve stay-home notice at their residence VACCINATION-DIFFERENTIATED MEASURES Singapore will ease COVID-19 restrictions in two steps from Aug 10 and Aug 19 if the situation remains stable, following a mid-point review of Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) measures, MOH announced on Friday. Dining-in at F&B outlets will resume from Aug 10, only for fully vaccinated people in groups of up to five. Both vaccinated and unvaccinated people can dine in at hawker centres and coffee shops, but in group sizes of up to two.

The group size for social gatherings will also be increased to five from Aug 10, as will the cap for distinct visitors to households. However, people who are unvaccinated are strongly encouraged to remain in groups of no more than two. By National Day on Aug 9, around 70 per cent of the population is expected to have completed both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. This would make Singapore one of the most highly vaccinated countries in the world, putting the country in a"strong position" to start its transition to a"COVID-19 resilient nation", said Health Minister Ong Ye Kung on Friday. As of Saturday, Singapore has reported a total of 65,686 COVID-19 cases and 41 deaths.

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