Daily Update 2020-06-17: 151 New cases, Total 40,969 cases in SG Now

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As of 17 June 2020, 10 am, there are 40,969 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Singapore. On 16 June 2020, there were 151 new confirmed cases.

According to MOH, 149 cases are work permit holders living in dormitories.

None of the community cases are Singaporeans/PRs while 2 are Work Permit/Pass holders.

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Credit: CNA

No New Cluster

Another 797 cases have been discharged

  • On 14 June, 797 patients were discharged
  • A total of 31,163 have fully recovered from the infection
  • There are currently 269 confirmed cases that are still in the hospital.
  • Most cases in the hospital are stable or improving,
  • A total of 9511 are isolated and cared for at community facilities.
  • are in critical condition in the intensive care unit

Public places visited by COVID-19 patients during infectious period

Before being tested positive for COVID-19, there are a few places that COVID-19 patients visited. Please take note of the places, and if you happen to be at the same place and time as the patients, please monitor your health for the next 2 weeks.

If any symptoms show up, please visit a doctor promptly.

MOM has added two more places, to the list of public places visited by COVID-19 cases while they were infectious. The 2 places are: Sri Murugan Trading, a grocery store at 86 Syed Alwi Road and Prime supermarket at 803 King George’s Avenue

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Credit: MOH

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