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Updates on possible new COVID-19 cluster:

[Sent by Gov.sg – 28 Feb]

COVID-19: Students and schools
A Year 1 student from Raffles Institution (RI) tested positive for COVID-19 on 27 Feb.

Precautions at RI:
– School suspended on 28 Feb for thorough cleaning and disinfecting
– 14-day Leave of Absence for students and staff who had recent contact with student
– CCAs suspended for 2 weeks
– Contact tracing is ongoing
More: go.gov.sg/covid19-RI

Additional precautions all schools have in place
– Large group and external activities suspended
– Staggered recess times
– School-based CCAs and after-school programmes continue in smaller groups
More precautions: go.gov.sg/covid19-MOE

Students reminded to:
– Practise good personal hygiene, washing their hands frequently with soap
– See a doctor if sick, and stay home. Only return to school when fully recovered

Update on number of confirmed and discharged status:

[Sent by Gov.sg – 28 Feb]

COVID-19: 28 Feb Update
As of 12pm:
New cases: 2
Total confirmed: 98
Discharged today: 3
Total discharged: 69
Total still in hospital: 29

The 2 cases are linked to a new cluster.
Most in hospital are stable or improving. 7 are in the intensive care unit – 1 less than yesterday.

Go.gov.sg/moh28feb

RI to reopen on Mon
– The school was suspended for cleaning of premises on 28 Feb, and will reopen on Mon, 2 Mar
– Those recently in contact with the student in school will continue their Leave of Absence
– Other precautionary measures, such as a 2-week suspension of CCAs, are also in place
– MOE has whole-system measures to limit exposure in the event that a staff/student gets infected
More: Go.gov.sg/covid19-RI

Helping those affected by COVID-19
Range of measures to help workers, SMEs, families and sectors most affected by COVID-19: Go.gov.sg/overcoming

Stay safe everyone!

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