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Guides on what to do if exposed to possible infection case

[Sent by Gov.sg – 6 Feb]

Steps to clean and disinfect homes possibly exposed to nCoV

Preparation
Wear a surgical mask 😷and gloves. Don’t touch your face. Open the windows.

For surfaces
Prepare disinfectant/bleach solution to mop floor from one end of the home to another. Soak cloths with disinfectant/bleach solution. Wipe all frequently touched areas and toilet surfaces.

For fabrics
Machine wash bedding and other fabrics with detergent. For the full instructions, see the NEA guidelines at go.gov.sg/NEAhomes1

Finishing up
Mop once more. Throw all cloths used in a double-lined trash bag🗑Remove gloves, then wash your hands with soap and water. Remove mask, then wash your hands with soap and water.

Throw gloves and masks into a double-lined trash bag. Separate clean-up waste from other household waste. Shower🚿, change your clothes, and air your home.

NEA video: go.gov.sg/NEAhomes

Update on DORSCON

[Sent by Gov.sg – 6 Feb]

S’pore is currently at DORSCON Yellow.

What does DORSCON mean?

DORSCON = Disease Outbreak Response System Condition

It shows the current disease situation in S’pore.

For all levels, be socially responsible, maintain good hygiene, follow health advisories

🟢 Green
– Disease is mild
– OR severe but does not spread easily
– Minimal disruption to daily life

🟡 Yellow
– Disease is severe and spreads easily but outside of S’pore
– OR spreading in S’pore but typically mild or contained
– Additional measures for some sectors, but minimal disruption

🟠 Orange
– Disease is severe and spreads easily but has not spread widely in S’pore
– Moderate disruptions to daily life
Additionally, comply with control measures

🔴Red
– Disease is severe and spreading widely
– Major disruptions to daily life
Comply with control measures and avoid crowded areas

Keep updated on S’pore’s DORSCON status
Go.gov.sg/mohupdates

Update on number of positive cases:

[Sent by Gov.sg – 6 Feb]

Update on 2019-nCoV situation

As of 2pm on 6 Feb, there are 2 new confirmed cases.

Confirmed: 30
Cases tested negative: 310
Pending results: 147
Discharged: 1

Of these, one is a 41 yo S’pore citizen who has no recent travel history to mainland China, and does not appear to be linked with previous cases. The other is a close contact of a previously confirmed case. Contact tracing is in progress

All new cases today are stable. Most of the earlier confirmed cases are stable or improving. Conditions of 2 cases have worsened – 1 is now in critical condition in ICU, another requires additional oxygen support

Govt agencies are ready to ramp up measures further if needed based on findings from ongoing investigations

Details: go.gov.sg/moh6febncov

What can you do
– Wash your hands frequently with soap
– Avoid touching your face
– Cover your mouth with a tissue paper when coughing/sneezing
– See a doctor if you are feeling unwell and stay at home

More: go.gov.sg/protect

Stay safe and be more vigilant with hygiene everyone!

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