8 New Covid-19 Cases On 11 Jul
The Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Sunday (11 Jul) that there are 8 new Covid-19 cases.
1 is in the community, which is currently unlinked.
There are also 7 imported cases, 6 of which developed the illness during Stay-Home Notice (SHN).
8 Covid-19 cases on 11 Jul with 1 local unlinked
Today’s cases include 1 in the community, which MOH said is unlinked.
Out of the 7 imported cases, 1 was detected upon arrival in Singapore, while 6 developed the illness during SHN or isolation.
17 cases in past week
Yesterday local Covid-19 situation update by MOH showed that there were 17 local cases in the past 7 days.
This is not inclusive of today’s cases.
This is a decrease from 37 cases the week before.
22 active clusters ranging between 3 to 94 infections are also currently present. This too is a decrease from 48 active clusters as of 12 Jun.
Infections slowing before dine-ins for groups of 5 resume
Infections are definitely slowing down in the day before dine-ins for groups of 5 resume on 12 Jul.
Let’s hope that as the vaccination rate increase and we open up more, that cases can remain relatively stable as we live with Covid-19.
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