Another reminder on the importance of following the rules sets by MOM:
[Sent by Gov.sg – 25 Feb]
COVID-19: Enforcement measures:
For work pass holders with recent travel history to mainland China:
– Employers can seek approval online for worker to enter/return to Singapore
– A 14-day Stay Home Notice period will be imposed on worker upon arrival
– Action will be taken against employers/employees who don’t comply
– To date, 11 work passes of workers have been revoked and their employers’ privileges suspended for a year.
For work pass holders previously on Leave of Absence:
– Action has been taken against 14 errant work pass holders and 15 employers
– Regular checks were made through physical inspections, telephone and video calls
MOM will not hesitate to revoke work passes and withdraw work pass privileges of errant employees/employers.
Update on the number of confirmed and discharged cases:
[Sent by Gov.sg]
COVID-19: 25 Feb Update
As of 12pm:
New cases: 1
Total confirmed: 91
Discharged today: 5
Total discharged: 58
Total still in hospital: 33
Most in hospital are stable or improving. 7 are in the intensive care unit.
Link between two church clusters established
A breakthrough lab test was able to detect the link between the church clusters and Wuhan travellers: Go.gov.sg/25feb-links
For those with recent travel history to Daegu and Cheongdo
– From 26 Feb 2359hrs, all new visitors in the last 14 days will not be allowed into, or transit through Singapore
– Returning residents and long-term pass holders will be placed on Stay-Home Notice for 14 days upon their return
Singapore is keeping a close eye on the evolving international situation.
Stay safe everyone!