Thirteen locations were added to the Ministry of Health’s list of places visited by COVID-19 cases while infectious on Wednesday.
Thirteen locations, including Northpoint City and Waterway Point, were added to the list of places visited by COVID-19 cases while infectious on Wednesday (Jun 23).
Other locations added to the list by the Ministry of Health (MOH) include Palelai Buddhist Temple, Bakery Point at Redhill MRT Station and Monster Curry at ION Orchard, which was visited three times between Jun 18 and Jun 20 during its infectious period.
The details for the locations are:
The list of places excludes residences, healthcare facilities and public transport.
Those identified as close contacts of confirmed COVID-19 cases would have already been notified by MOH.
The list is updated by MOH on a rolling 14-day basis, or one incubation period, and as epidemiological investigations progress.
Individuals who were at those locations during the specified timings should monitor their health closely for 14 days from the date of their visit. They should see a doctor if they develop symptoms of acute respiratory infection (such as cough, sore throat and runny nose), as well as fever and loss of taste or smell, and inform the doctor of their exposure history.
There is no need to avoid places where confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been as the National Environment Agency will engage the management of the affected premises to provide guidance on cleaning and disinfection.
There were 13 COVID-19 community cases reported on Wednesday (Jun 23). One was linked to the cluster at Bukit Merah View market, which has 82 confirmed cases so far.
The case involves a 34-year-old female Indian national who works as a cashier at Mustafa Shopping Centre.
New cases have also been added to previous clusters – a 31-year-old Singaporean nurse was added to the cluster at 90 Redhill Close, and a 50-year-old Singaporean woman was linked to the cluster at 119 Bukit Merah View.
The other linked cases include a 62-year-old Singaporean man, a 29-year-old analyst at CrimsonLogic, an eight-year-old from Alexandra Primary School and a four-year-old student from My First Skool (Tanjong Pagar Plaza).
There were also three unlinked community cases reported on Wednesday.
The cases include a 34-year-old Singaporean nurse at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) who had interacted with COVID-19 patients, an 81-year-old Singaporean man and a 69-year-old Singaporean woman, who was detected as part of surveillance testing for residents of the Redhill Close area.
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