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Singapore's COVID-19 cases exceed 800 with 70 new infections

Singapore's COVID-19 cases exceed 800 with 70 new infections

28/3/2020 5:22:00 PM

Singapore's COVID-19 cases exceed 800 with 70 new infections

SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 70 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday (Mar 28), bringing the total number of cases to 802, including two more ...

BookmarkSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 70 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday (Mar 28), bringing the total number of cases to 802, including two more individuals linked to theSingPost Centrecluster.Of the new cases, 41 are imported and had travelled to Europe, North America, ASEAN and other parts of Asia, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) in a press release.

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AdvertisementAdvertisementFifteen of the cases are linked to clusters or previous cases, while 14 cases are currently unlinked. Contact tracing is ongoing.Fifteen more patients were discharged from hospital, meaning 198 people have now fully recovered from COVID-19 in Singapore.

Of the 420 confirmed cases who are still in hospital, most are stable or improving. Nineteen are in critical condition in the intensive care unit.AdvertisementAdvertisementA total of 182 patients who are clinically well but tested positive for COVID19 are isolated and being treated at Concord International Hospital, Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Gleneagles Hospital and the Community Isolation Facility at D'Resort NTUC.

Two patients have died in Singapore from complications due to COVID-19.READ: COVID-19: Singaporeans urged to defer non-essential trips to mallsTWO MORE CASES LINKED TO SINGPOST CENTRE CLUSTER, 1 LINKED TO PCF SPARKLETOTSOut of the 70 new COVID-19 patients, two are linked to the SingPost Centre cluster, which now has five confirmed cases.

One is linked to the cluster involving thePCF Sparkletots pre-school in Fengshanand another is linked to Dover Court International School.The PCF Sparkletots cluster now has 26 confirmed cases and the Dover Court International School cluster has eight in total.

A 1-year-old Singaporean girl is among the 41 imported cases. She has a travel history to the UK and France.While more links have been made to previous cases or clusters, there remain 67 locally transmitted cases still unlinked. Contact tracing is under way for these cases, said MOH.

DEFER NON-ESSENTIAL TRIPS TO MALLSOn Saturday, Singapore authorities urged people in a WhatsApp message to stay at home and only visit malls for essentials, like food.This comes a day after large crowds were seen outside malls, as mall operators implemented stricter safe-distancing measures to contain the spread of COVID-19.

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The Government also called on foreign workers and foreign domestic workers to stay in on their rest days and avoid gathering in public spaces, and reminded Singaporeans to stay 1m away from each other, and to avoid gathering in public spaces and visiting crowded areas.

Stiffer regulations that came into effect at 11.59pm on Thursday introduced jail terms and fines for individuals, event organisers and owners of premises who flout safe-distancing measures, as stipulated by the COVID-19 multi-ministry taskforce.READ: Jail terms, fines for those who breach COVID-19 safe-distancing rules, stay-home notice

Under the new measures, gatherings outside of work or school have to be limited to 10 people, who must maintain 1m distance from each other. This applies to settings where"interactions are non-transient", like shopping centres, supermarkets and restaurants.

Owners of premises and event organisers have to ensure that non-fixed seating is at least 1m away from any other seat at all times. If seats are fixed to the floor, owners have to ensure that customers sit only on alternate seats.Where queues form at public places, such as retail stores and supermarkets, individuals have to stand a metre apart from each other.

Businesses owners and event organisers who ignore these regulations may be jailed up to six months, fined up to S$10,000 or both. Read more: CNA »

Stupid question but are we not suppose to be flattening the curve ? Why is case 746 , a 38 yo male warded KKH? I didn’t know KKH also take male patients. The main issue is at the unknown links cases. Means there are possible infecteds who are not treated and running around 67 unlinked cases wow. I’m worry for secondary school kids who mostly travel by public transport

We might be at the beginning of a very long fight. Stay vigilant and start taking action to help stop the spread: - Hand hygiene - Social distancing - Stay home unless visiting a doctor (call first) or for essentials - Dining, surface & clothing hygiene at home Image:SiouxsieW Government can just implement a partial-lockdown Singapore for 2 weeks first to see how it goes. I mean it doesn't has to be a total lockdown. Partially/ selectively. I'm, and everyone of us are very worry now as the curve is moving up shapely especially those unlinked cases.😳

Singapore’s lockdown and school closing denialism backfires. Remember: That’s how Italy, Austria, suisse, Spain and Germany started. Kids are touching their faces all the time!!!! I know that. 200 times per hour. Why schools are open? Praying it won't getting worst. The moment announced Dorscon Orange and Malaysia announced MoveMent Restriction Order only , singapore supermarkets like Mental Health Hospital liao , sia suay lang , 丢脸

If u want lockdown , hope more play punk , then guarantee lock down , if all discipline , just got to wait . U guys like to see Singapore supermarkets full of sia suay zombies buyin toilet rolls ah LOL I think it's the best time to isolate while the numbers are still manageable. It will be a bigger problem if it rises some more.

Not Cool man.. Im perpare lock the city down. What is the gov waiting for...

COVID-19: Singapore confirms 70 new cases, 41 imported; total at 802SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Health ( MOH ) on Saturday (28 March) announced 70 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country’s total to 802.

Singapore reports 70 new COVID-19 cases, including 41 importedSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 70 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday (Mar 28), bringing the total number of cases to 802, including two more ... Now is a good time to close the schools please before youths get infected too wth.. still dont close.. waiting for christmas or chinese new year? My god...please implement online classes and wfh measures. Alr so many people kenna leh.

Singapore reports 49 new COVID-19 cases, new cluster at SingPost CentreSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 49 new COVID-19 cases on Friday (Mar 27), bringing the total number of cases in the country to 732. Of the new ...

COVID-19: Foreign students, long-term visit pass holders must get approval before coming to SingaporeSINGAPORE — From 11.59pm on Sunday (29 March), all foreign students and long-term visit pass holders must obtain permission before they can begin their journeys to Singapore. How to get approval.... My appeal for entry in Singapore is rejected ...... Now again when is rite time for do appeal again?

COVID-19: Entry approval required for all long-term pass holders entering SingaporeSINGAPORE: All long-term pass holders will require an entry approval before entering or returning to Singapore from Sunday (Mar 29) at 11.59pm, ... quarantine order is in effect Why govt still allow LTPH to return? Can’t we wait till the tide settle down first? These are foreigners, probably fm countries that hv worse conditions than us. U mean getting our own overseas Sporeans back to handle them still not enough? Pls dun tire out our frontliners! 😬🙏 Good move..! LTPH and their dependents should not be allowed in

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