Covid-19: Three M'sians among 18 new imported cases in S'pore Thursday (March 4)


SINGAPORE (Bernama): Three Malaysians were among 18 new imported Covid-19 cases reported in Singapore on Thursday (March 4), says the republic’s Ministry of Health.

All three of them arrived from their home country and were asymptomatic, the ministry said in its full data released here late Thursday night.

Other imported cases were from Bangladesh, Ghana, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and the United States.

As at noon Thursday, Singapore reported a total of 19 new cases, of which only one was a case in the community, thus, bringing the total number of infections in the island nation to 59,998.

To date, the ministry has classified 3,160 of the reported cases as imported, 2,327 as community cases and 54,511 involving dorm residents.

Singapore has two active Covid-19 clusters at the moment. - Bernama

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