MOH Reports 544 New Cases Of Covid-19 On 2 Jun, Bringing National Tally To 35,836
The Ministry of Health (MOH) has confirmed 544 new cases of Covid-19 on Tuesday (2 Jun).
This brings the total number of cases in Singapore to 35,836.
Of the new cases, 540 involve migrant workers who reside in dormitories while 4 are community cases. They consist of:
- An 80-year-old Singaporean woman
- 3 Work Pass Holders
99% of today’s new cases are linked to known clusters.
3 new clusters identified
MOH has also announced 3 new clusters. They involve migrant worker dormitories at:
- 6 Tuas View Square
- 65 & 67 Tuas View Walk 2
- 18 Woodlands Industrial Park E1
18 Woodlands Industrial Park E1
709 patients discharged, 331 still hospitalised
709 patients were discharged today, bringing the total number of recoveries in Singapore to 23,175. 331 patients remain hospitalised, with 6 in critical condition.
12,306 cases are still isolated at community care facilities, and the death toll stands at 24 so far.
Community cases could rise in the next few days
Given that Singapore just entered Phase 1 of reopening today, it’s still too soon to see the effects of coming out of ‘Circuit Breaker’.
However, with more people coming into contact with each other, we shouldn’t be too surprised if there are slight increases in community cases over the next few days.
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