Updates on Malaysia’s Movement Control Order:
[Sent by Gov.sg – 18 Mar]
Update on M’sia’s Movement Control Order (MCO)
– S’pore-M’sia Special Working Committee on COVID-19 established to coordinate continued flow of goods, cargo, and food supplies between S’pore and M’sia.
Can S’poreans currently in M’sia leave the country during the MCO period?
Yes, but they should be prepared for significant travel inconveniences due to the restrictions; and will not be allowed to re-enter M’sia during the MCO period.
Are S’poreans allowed to enter M’sia during the MCO period?
All foreigners who are not employed under “essential services” in M’sia will not be allowed to enter.
Will there be flights operating out of M’sia during MCO period?
Based on current avail info, various airlines are still operating flights out of M’sia. Please check directly with respective airlines.
Update on the number of confirmed and discharged cases:
[Sent by Gov.sg]
COVID-19: 18 Mar Update
As of 12pm:
New cases: 47
Total cases in Singapore: 313
Discharged today: 3
Total discharged: 117
Total remaining in Hospital: 196
Of new cases: 33 imported, 9 linked to previous cases, 5 currently unlinked
Most in hospital stable or improving. 15 in ICU.
Additional measures to reduce imported cases
About 70% of recent new cases imported; most S’poreans and residents returning from travel
👉 With immediate effect, S’pore residents are advised to defer all travel abroad. Avoid being infected abroad and spreading infection here.
14-day Stay-Home Notice (SHN) for all entering SG
From 20 Mar 2359hrs, all S’poreans, PRs, Long-Term Pass Holders, Short-Term Visitors entering S’pore will be issued 14-day SHN
Short-term visitors who have visited Mainland China, France, Germany, Italy, Iran, Republic of Korea, Spain in the last 14 days will not be allowed to enter or transit
Singapore just have its biggest number of confirmed cases in a single day!!! Stay safe everyone!
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