Singapore Confirms 13 New Covid-19 Cases On 10 Jun 2021
The Ministry of Health (MOH) has made early confirmation of 13 new Covid-19 cases today (10 Jun). This brings the national tally to 62,236.
Among them are:
- 4 community cases
- 9 imported
2 cases in the community are unlinked.
Meanwhile, all imported cases had been placed on Stay-Home Notice upon arrival and were tested during their stay. 7 of them are returning Singaporeans/Permanent Residents.
As investigations are ongoing, MOH said they would release further details tonight.
2 community cases on 9 Jun
Yesterday (9 Jun), Singapore reported 4 new Covid-19 cases, comprising 2 community cases and 2 imported.
According to MOH, 1 of the cases is unlinked.
He is a 29-year-old Myanmar national who works as a repair worker at Grandwork Interior.
He started having a fever on 1 Jun and went to seek treatment from a GP clinic the same day. He tested positive on 7 Jun after undergoing a routine test 2 days before.
The other case is linked to the NTUC Foodfare cluster at Anchorvale.
He is a Malaysian who works as a kitchen assistant at Rice Garden. He tested positive on 8 Jun after developing a fever and cough the day before.
2 imported cases returned from India & Iraq
As for the 2 imported cases, they are a Singaporean and a PR who came back from India and Iraq.
They have already been placed on SHN upon arrival and were tested during their stay.
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This means being socially responsible and staying home as much as possible.
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