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Guides on maintaining hygiene during this crisis:

[Sent by – 17 Feb]

SG Clean
– COVID-19 is transmitted primarily through droplets. To fight this outbreak, we need to look after our personal hygiene, AND keep Singapore clean.
– A clean environment will help stop community transmission of COVID-19

7 good habits
1. Keep premises clean and pest-free
2. Return trays, keep tables clean
3. Keep toilets clean and dry
4. Wash hands regularly with soap
5. Take temperature, see doctor if unwell, stay home
6. Use tissue when sneezing or coughing
7. Bin litter and soiled tissue

NEA stepping up:
– Inspection of public toilets and other public places
– Enforcement against spitting and littering
– Adoption of SG Clean quality mark, to ensure high level of cleanliness

More on #SGClean:

More hygiene tips:

Update on number of confirmed cases in Singapore:

[Sent by]

COVID-19: 17 Feb Update

As of 12pm:
New cases: 2
Discharged today: 5
Total confirmed cases: 77
Total discharged: 24

Most in hospital are stable or improving. 4 remain in ICU – 1 less than yesterday.

Of the 2 new cases, 1 was an evacuee from Wuhan on 9 Feb, the other is linked to a previous case.

More info:

Stay-Home Notice (SHN)
– All S’pore residents and long-term pass holders returning from Mainland China (outside Hubei) are to stay home at all times for 14 days after returning to S’pore
– There are penalties for non-compliance

For more:

Stay safe everyone!

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