18 Covid-19 Cases On 3 Feb
We’ve remained relatively lucky as far as Covid-19 cases in the community go. However, the situation remains precarious as cases are still increase globally — we shouldn’t be too happy just yet.
That said, as we continue to adhere to safe distancing measures and get vaccinated, there’s always a fighting chance that we can see the back of Covid-19 one day.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) confirmed as of 12pm on Wednesday (3 Feb) that there are new 18 Covid-19 cases in Singapore.
All of the new case are imported.
18 Covid-19 cases on 3 Feb, including 1 community infection
MOH updated that today’s cases are all imported besides 1 community infection.
All imported cases were already on Stay-Home Notice (SHN) or isolated upon arrival in Singapore.
Yesterday included 19 imported cases, who’d arrived from:
- the UAE
- United States
3 cases tested serology-positive, possibly indicating past infections.
While cases aren’t rising rapidly here, the same unfortunately cannot be said for our neighbours and travel destinations.
These factors still make a good number of people quite vacation-deprived here, as an Expedia survey found.
Perhaps we’ll need to summon a little more patience in the coming months. Hang in there, folks — use your vacation days!
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