Covıd-19, Coronavirus

Covıd-19, Coronavirus

Singapore reports 518 new COVID-19 cases

Singapore reports 518 new COVID-19 cases

31/5/2020 10:45:00 AM

Singapore reports 518 new COVID-19 cases

SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 518 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Sunday (May 31), taking the country's total number of infections to 34,884 . ...

BookmarkSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 518 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Sunday (May 31), taking the country's total number of infections to 34,884 .There werethree Singaporeans or permanent residents among the new cases, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) in its daily update.

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AdvertisementThe vast majority of the cases are work permit holders residing in foreign worker dormitories.Further updates will be shared by MOH in a press release later tonight.Singapore's circuit breaker periodwill end on Monday, with measures to be progressively lifted in three phase starting the next day.

Under Phase 1 of reopening, businesses that operate in settings with lower transmission risks will be allowed to resume, subject to issued safe distancing guidelines.AdvertisementAdvertisementREAD: Transition to a 'new normal' after circuit breaker: How will measures be lifted beyond Phase 1?

Hairdressers and barbers may also resume offering full services. Other services such as motor vehicle servicing, aircon servicing, printing, basic pet services, school bookshops and retail shops selling school uniforms will be allowed to reopen as well.

However, most retail outlets and other personal services will not reopen during this phase, and dining in at food and beverage outlets will continue to be disallowed.Visits to parents or grandparents, subject to a limit of one visit from two people from the same household per day, will also be allowed.

Places of worship may reopen for private worship, limited to a maximum of five members of the same household praying together at any one time. Other services such as marriage solemnisations, wakes and funerals may also be held, with no more than 10 people present at any one time.

Transition from Phase 1 to the nextwill depend on the number of community transmission in the first two weeks of post-circuit breaker reopening, Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong said on Thursday. Read more: CNA »

No solutions or reprieve in sight both dormitories and local cases, very disturbing. Badly managed from start, minister inept with comments on cotton comes from sheep. God save the country as this batch of inept leaders.

518 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore, including 3 community cases involving Singaporeans and PRsThe new cases take Singapore's total to 34.884.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

518 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore, including 3 community cases involving Singaporeans and PRsThe new cases take Singapore's total to 34.884.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Singapore reports 506 new COVID-19 cases, including 2 Singaporeans or permanent residentsSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 506 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Saturday (May 30), taking the country's total number of infections to 34,366. ... well this is demoralising After 2 months still this high we’re back bois

Singapore reports 611 new COVID-19 cases, including 3 Singaporeans or permanent residentsSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 611 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Friday (May 29), taking the country's total number of infections to 33,860. ...

Singapore reports 611 new COVID-19 cases, record 1,337 patients dischargedSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 611 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Friday (May 29), taking the country's total number of infections to 33,860. ...

Singapore reports 506 new COVID-19 cases; 1,096 more patients dischargedSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 506 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Saturday (May 30), taking the country's total number of infections to 34,366. ...