S’pore Has 187 New Local Covid-19 Cases On 2 Sep, With 113 Unlinked

Singapore Confirms 191 New Covid-19 Cases On 2 Sep

The Ministry of Health (MOH) has made early confirmation of 191 new Covid-19 cases today (2 Sep).

Among them are:

  • 187 locally transmitted cases
  • 4 imported cases

Of the 187 local infections, 113 are unlinked.

Meanwhile, the 4 imported cases have already been placed on Stay-Home Notice (SHN) or isolated upon arrival in Singapore.

MOH will release more updates on the local Covid-19 situation tonight. Today’s figures bring our national tally to 67,991.

180 Covid-19 cases on 29 Aug

Yesterday (29 Aug), Singapore reported 180 new Covid-19 cases. These comprised 177 locally transmitted infections and 3 imported.

S’pore Has 177 New Local Covid-19 Cases On 1 Sep, 90 Are Unlinked

Based on the graph below, yesterday’s total of community cases was the highest it has ever been in the last 30 days.


90 cases were unlinked. Meanwhile, 33 were detected through surveillance, and another 54 had already been quarantined.

Here’s a summary of the rest of the Covid-19 updates:

  • Bugis Junction cluster grows to 233 cases with 9 new cases linked
  • Toa Payoh Bus Interchange has 93 cases with 8 new cases linked
  • Boon Lay Bus Interchange has 66 cases with 9 new cases linked
  • IMH has 14 cases with 6 new cases linked
  • North Coast Lodge cluster swells to 174 cases with 6 new cases linked

There are currently 68 active clusters.

National vaccination progress

As of 31 Aug, 80% of Singapore’s population – an estimated 4,328,804 people – has been fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

Meanwhile, MOH has administered a total of 8,722,819 doses of Covid-19 vaccines, covering 4,515,469 individuals. 83% of the population has received at least 1 dose.

Additionally, 167,898 doses of other WHO-approved vaccines have been administered to 85,786 people so far.

Follow Covid-19 rules & remain vigilant

Singapore’s Covid-19 case numbers are seeing a rising trend again after the detection of clusters at Bugis Junction, dormitories, and bus interchanges.

Even though we have one of the highest vaccination rates globally, we mustn’t let our guard down. History has taught us that it only takes a brief moment of complacency for cases to spread like wildfire again.

Now that we are free to head out and dine in again let’s remain vigilant. Follow Covid-19 rules, and practise good personal hygiene.

More importantly, seek medical attention right away when you’re not feeling well.

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