S’pore Has 295 New Covid-19 Cases, 2 Community Infections On 4 Aug

295 Covid-19 Cases On 4 Aug

The Ministry of Health (MOH) announced as of 12pm on 4 Aug 295 new Covid-19 cases.

There are now a total of 53,346 cases.

While a majority of cases are from migrant workers in dormitories, there are also 2 community infections.

Of these, 1 involves a Singaporean, and 1 case is a work pass holder.

7 imported cases, who were put on Stay-Home Notices upon arrival in Singapore, were also reported.

MOH will release additional details at night.

Featured image by MS News.

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