Singapore records 642 new Covid-19 cases, taking total to over 31,000

Singapore records 642 new Covid-19 cases, bringing total to over 31,000

23/5/2020 10:16:00 AM

Singapore records 642 new Covid-19 cases, bringing total to over 31,000

SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Saturday (May 23) confirmed an additional 642 Covid-19 infections in Singapore, bringing the total number of cases here to 31,068.

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Singapore records 642 new Covid-19 cases, taking total to over 31,000SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Saturday (May 23) confirmed an additional 642 Covid-19 infections in Singapore, bringing the total number of cases here to 31,068.

642 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore, bringing total to 31,068Among these are six Singaporeans and permanent residents, while foreign workers living in dormitories form the bulk of the remaining cases.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Singapore reports 642 new COVID-19 cases, taking total past 31,000SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 642 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Saturday (May 23), taking the national total to 31,068. The vast majority of ... It is not under control yet... Yeay!! More success story for the PAPSingapore leadership🥳 amazing how much they F-up but singapore ans still bows to them

Singapore records 642 new Covid-19 cases, taking total to over 31,000SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Saturday (May 23) confirmed an additional 642 Covid-19 infections in Singapore, bringing the total number of cases here to 31,068.

Singapore reports 642 new COVID-19 cases, taking total past 31,000SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 642 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Saturday (May 23), taking the national total to 31,068. The vast majority of ... It is not under control yet... Yeay!! More success story for the PAPSingapore leadership🥳 amazing how much they F-up but singapore ans still bows to them

642 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore, bringing total to 31,068Among these are six Singaporeans and permanent residents, while foreign workers living in dormitories form the bulk of the remaining cases.. Read more at straitstimes.com.