Coronavirus cases in Singapore
The number is based on confirmed diagnostic tests. It is very likely that the true number of COVID-19 cases is higher as many cases are asymptomatic.
New COVID-19 cases per day
This is a good indicator of “flattening the curve” — when there is a steady decreasing trend, it is an indicator that the spread of the disease is slowing down.
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Safe distancing at workplaces
- sit over 1 meter apart
- work remotely if possible
- stagger work and lunch hours
- tele-commute, tele-conference
- limit size, number, and duration of meerings
- cancel non-critical work events
If you think you might be sick:
- call a doctor (but don’t doctor-hop!)
- wear a mask
- stay at home.
Avoid rumors and misinformation, only seek advice from medical sources. Get the latest SG Gov COVID-19 info by following the WhatsApp channel (go.gov.sg/whatsapp)
What everyone should do to avoid the spread of COVID-19
- wash hands frequently with water and soap
- monitor your temperature daily
- avoid touching your face with your hands
- comply with official notices in your neighborhood and follow official recommendations.
Coronavirus in Singapore News:
- May 31, 20201,000 digital ambassadors to be recruited to help stallholders, seniors go online
SINGAPORE: A new digital office announced on Sunday (May 31) will recruit 1,000 ambassadors by the end of next month to help stallholders and seniors go online, as part of efforts to accelerate digita …
- May 31, 2020Police investigating falsified documents in COVID-19 Support Grant applications: Desmond Lee
SINGAPORE: The police are investigating falsified documents submitted in applications for the COVID-19 Support Grant, said Minister for Social and Family Development Desmond Lee in a Facebook post on …
- May 31, 2020Malaysia, Singapore agree to defer HSR project until Dec 31: Khaw Boon Wan
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia and Singapore said on Sunday (May 31) they have reached an agreement to defer the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) project again until the end of the year. The const …
- May 31, 2020ERP charges to remain suspended until at least Jun 28: LTA
SINGAPORE: The Land Transport Authority (LTA) will resume its review of Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) rates from Tuesday (Jun 2) amid expected higher traffic volume as more people return to work and s …
- May 31, 2020Singapore reports 518 new COVID-19 cases
SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 518 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Sunday (May 31), taking the country’s total number of infections to 34,884 . There were three Singaporeans or permanent residents amo …
- May 31, 2020Former PSP members file application to form new political party Red Dot United
SINGAPORE: Former members of the Progress Singapore Party (PSP), Mr Ravi Philemon and Ms Michelle Lee, have filed an application to form a new political party named Red Dot United. A group of like-min …
- May 31, 2020MSF-funded centres for vulnerable families, persons with disabilities to progressively open from Jun 2
SINGAPORE: Social services and programmes funded by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) will reopen in phases from Jun 2 with COVID-19 preventive measures in place, in line with Singap …
- May 31, 2020Malaysian boy lives alone in Singapore for months, so that he won’t miss school during the COVID-19 outbreak
Left without adult supervision owing to COVID-19, this 14-year-old has had to learn to cook, do housework and deal with homesickness just to continue attending school.
- May 31, 2020Going the extra mile to keep Gardens by the Bay neat and tidy during the COVID-19 circuit breaker
SINGAPORE: Gardens by the Bay horticulturist Irene Chong, 32, crouched as she snipped off stalk after stalk of cat’s whiskers plant. Then she stood to throw the stalks into a big white bag beside. The …
- May 30, 2020Commentary: COVID-19 online shaming and the harm it can cause
Global lockdowns have generated increased friction online, where individuals troll, shame and dox others through social media – how right are we to do this? Sociologist Terence Heng gives his take.