Three M'sians among 386 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore, biggest daily jump


Workers adopt safe distancing measures as they queue up for lunch at Westlite dormitory during the Covid-19 outbreak in Singapore on April 10 in this picture obtained from social media. - MINISTRY OF MANPOWER SINGAPORE/Handout/via REUTERS

SINGAPORE (Bernama): Three Malaysians were part of the 386 new positive cases of Covid-19 on Monday ( April 13), the biggest daily increase that the republic has recorded so far that pushes the latest tally to 2,918.

According to the daily statistics by the Ministry of Health (MOH) released late Monday, one Malaysian, a 26-year-old man, was linked to a new cluster at a hostel located at Jalan Kubor which currently has a total of seven cases.

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