As of 18 June 2020, 10 am, there are 41,216 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Singapore. On 17 June 2020, there were 247 new confirmed cases.
According to MOH, 242 cases are work permit holders living in dormitories.
2 of the community cases are Singaporeans/PRs while 3 are Work Permit/Pass holders.
No New Cluster
Another 775 cases have been discharged
- On 17 June, 775 patients were discharged
- A total of 31,938 have fully recovered from the infection
- There are currently 257 confirmed cases that are still in the hospital.
- Most cases in the hospital are stable or improving,
- A total of 8,995 are isolated and cared for at community facilities.
- 2 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 4 more places, to the list of public places visited by COVID-19 cases while they were infectious. The 4 places are: Siglap V at 2 First Street, specifically the Cold Storage supermarket, the NTUC FairPrice at Siglap New Market (943 East Coast Road), the Kopitiam at Our Tampines Hub (1 Tampines Walk) and the SF Chandpur Minimart at 6 Desker Road
Additional 42 migrant dormitories cleared of COVID-19
- The 42 dormitories, housing around 4,000 residents, have been declared cleared of COVID-19.
- The 42 dormitories comprise 1 purpose-built dormitory, and 39 factory-converted dormitories as well as 2 construction temporary quarters.
- As of 15 June, the total number of migrant workers staying in cleared premises is 75,000.
- Learn more here
Do remember that not only is wearing masks compulsory, but it also protects us from COVID-19! We are selling masks, face shields and thermometers, so if you need them just drop us a message at +65 9457 2440 or call +65 6358 4231