As of 4 June 2020, 10 am, there are 36,405 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Singapore. On 3 June 2020, there were 569 new confirmed cases.
According to MOH, 562 cases are work permit holders living in dormitories, while 3 are work permit holders living outside dormitories.
There are 4 community cases.
2 New Clusters
- Migrant worker dormitory at 12 Kwong Min Road
- MIgrant worker dormitory at 8 Tuas South Lane
Another 407 cases have been discharged
- On 29 May, 407 patients were discharged
- A total of 23,582 have fully recovered from the infection
- There are currently 334 confirmed cases that are still in the hospital.
- Most cases in the hospital are stable or improving,
- A total of 12,465 are isolated and cared for at community facilities.
- 5 are in critical condition in the intensive care unit
Workplaces forced to stop operations after not following safe management rules
Out of 200 workplaces that were inspected by MOM, 3 workplaces were found to not be following safe management rules and have been asked to stop operations.
The safe management measures breached by these 3 workplaces include not allowing employees to work from home when possible.
14 composition fines were also given to companies who breached safe management rules.
In addition, employers who receive feedback on safe management rules will have to provide an explanation supporting their actions or enforcement action will be taken, warned MOM.
MOM urges all employers and workers to take the safe management measures seriously.
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