SINGAPORE — Three units at VivoCity, a Sheng Siong Supermarket outlet at Geylang, and a Prime Supermarket outlet at Woodlands are among 13 new public places visited by COVID-19 cases recently.
These places were visited from 16 to 28 April, according to the Ministry of Health (MOH) daily report on COVID-19 cases in Singapore released on Friday (30 April).
Three units at VivoCity, a Sheng Siong Supermarket outlet at Geylang, and a Prime Supermarket outlet at Woodlands are among the public places visited by COVID-19 cases recently. READ MORE: https://t.co/UkBLTA3Oug pic.twitter.com/bG6RmSjxLz
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Meanwhile, all public places visited by COVID-19 cases in the Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) cluster, including four places of worship and those in at least nine malls, will be closed for two days for cleaning and to facilitate the testing of staff there for COVID-19, the multi-ministerial taskforce on the pandemic said on Friday.
These places were visited by 13 infectious community cases linked to the cluster as of Friday.
MOH confirmed 24 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 61,145.
Nine of them are local infections in the community, while the remaining fifteen cases are imported. This marks the fourth day in a row with reported local infections.
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