Update on which clinics to go for treatment:
[Sent by Gov.sg – 18 Feb]
Public Health Preparedness Clinics (PHPC) provide subsidised treatments for patients with respiratory symptoms.
When should I go to a PHPC?
When you have mild flu-like symptoms eg fever, cough, sore throat and runny nose.
Where are the PHPC clinics are?
Go to phpc.gov.sg to find a PHPC clinic close to you. You can also go to polyclinics.
How much will I have to pay?
S’pore citizens and PRs pay $10. Pioneer and Merdeka Generation seniors pay $5.
What if the doctor suspects COVID-19?
If you have pneumonia, you will be sent to hospital. Otherwise, you will receive a 5-day MC. Stay home.
What if I’m not feeling better after 5 days?
Return to the same clinic for further checks. Don’t doctor-hop.
Update on number of confirmed cases:
[Sent by Gov.sg]
COVID-19: 18 Feb Update
As of 12pm:
New cases: 4
Discharged today: 5
Total confirmed cases: 81
Total discharged: 29
Most in hospital are stable or improving. 4 remain in ICU.
All 4 new cases have links to previous cases.
Supporting Singaporeans impacted by COVID-19
Care and Support Package
– $100 to $300 one-off cash payouts for adult S’poreans; $100 more for those with at least one S’porean child
– U-Save rebates doubled; more for households of 5 and more
– S&CC rebates extended
– Workfare increased and grocery vouchers for lower-income go.gov.sg/care-support
Businesses and workers will benefit from a Stabilisation and Support Package: go.gov.sg/stabilisation-support
Stay safe everyone!