MOH Confirms 218 New Covid-19 Cases On 9 Jun, All 6 Community Cases Are Work Pass Holders
On Tuesday (9 Jun), the Ministry of Health (MOH) has confirmed another 218 new cases of Covid-19.
This brings Singapore’s total to 38,514.
The health ministry has also confirmed 6 community cases among today’s figures, of which 4 are Work Pass holders, and 2 are Work Permit holders.
Meanwhile, the remaining 212 cases involve migrant workers who live in dormitories.
97% of the new cases have known links to existing clusters, while the rest are pending contact tracing.
1 new cluster identified, 2 clusters closed
MOH has identified 1 new cluster at a dormitory at 145 Tuas View Square.
145 Tuas View Square
Meanwhile, the health ministry closed 2 clusters, after no new cases were linked to them for 28 days. They are at:
- Construction site at Tanah Merah Coast Road
- Dormitory at 17C Tuas Road
509 patients discharged
The total number of recoveries in Singapore is now 25,877, after hospitals discharged 509 patients in today’s update.
248 patients remain hospitalised, with 3 in critical condition in the intensive care unit.
Meanwhile, 12,364 cases are under isolation at community care facilities, and the death toll stands at 25.
Phase 2 could start as early as end-June
If Singapore manages to keep the situation under control, Phase 2 of reopening could start as early end-June.
However, until a vaccine is found, it is unlikely that we can go back to life before ‘Circuit Breaker’.
Till then, we need to learn how to live alongside Covid-19, so that we can still go on with our lives.
Featured image adapted from Facebook.