408 New Covid-19 Cases Announced On 1 Jun

The Ministry of Health (MOH) announced that as of 12pm on 1 Jun, there are 408 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore.

This brings the national tally to 35,292.

Majority of cases come from migrant workers living in dormitories.

No new community cases involving Singaporeans or PRs were announced today.

24th death related to Covid-19 on Sunday

MOH also announced that a 24th person had died from Covid-19 on Sunday (31 May).

The 51-year-old Chinese national had been diagnosed with the virus on 1 May.

MOH said that he had lymphoma along with multiple organ failure and was warded in a intensive care unit during late April.


Unfortunately, his condition got worse over time and he succumbed yesterday.

The National University Hospital is assisting the deceased’s family during this time.

Last day of ‘Circuit Breaker’

Although this is the last day of the months-long ‘Circuit Breaker’, Singapore is taking a measured approach in reopening the economy.

For most of us, we still can’t dine-in at restaurants and hawker centres yet. Working from home will still be a thing in the future.

Hopefully by mid-Jun the situation has improved to a point where we can reunite with friends and loved ones.

Meanwhile, MS News wishes those infected a speedy recovery and hope they’ll be discharged soon.

We also offer our condolences to the family of the deceased.

Featured image adapted from Steemit.