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Raffles City, Bugis Junction and Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski among the most visited Covid-19 cases, Singapore news and top stories



SINGAPORE – Raffles City, Bugis and Arcada @ Capitol Kempinski Mall were added to the list of places visited by Covid-19 infectious disease patients on Tuesday (October 27th).

The Ministry of Health (MoH) said the visits were recorded at the Afemi Coffee Shopping Mall at the Raffles City Mall, Toast Box at the Bugis Crossing and the La Scala Restaurant at the Arcade @ Capitol Kempinski in Stamford Road.

People who have visited the places on the list at the same time should closely monitor their health for two weeks from the date of their visit.

The full list of locations and times can be found at gov.sg.

Singapore also confirmed seven new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday.

They included a community case involving a 28-year-old Vietnamese woman who arrived in Singapore on a plane license on October 10. condition

The other six new patients were imported and placed on home advertisements upon arrival in Singapore.

These include two work permit holders, two work permit holders, an addict license holder and a short-term visit holder.

Work permit holders arrived from Japan and France, while both work permit holders came from Indonesia. The addict card holder arrived from the UK, while the short-term holder traveled from Indonesia to visit his or her permanent resident child.

There were no new cases of dormitories with migrant workers and no new clusters were announced on Tuesday.

As there were no more cluster cases in the CDPL Tuas Dormitory and the Jurong Penjuru 1 dormitory for the last two incubation periods or 28 days, the groups were closed.

The new cases of Covid-19 on Tuesday reached a total of 57,980 patients in Singapore.

The number of new cases in the community has dropped from four two weeks ago to three in the past week, the MoH added.

The number of unrelated cases in the community in one week increased from two to three in the same period.

With four cases discharged on Tuesday, 57,868 patients had fully recovered from the disease.

A total of 43 patients remain in hospital, while 26 are in community facilities. None is in intensive care.

Singapore has 28 deaths from complications of Covid-19, while 15 who tested positive died from other causes.




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