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Additional measures:

[Sent by Gov.sg – 24 Mar]

Additional measures to reduce importation of COVID-19

➡ From 27 Mar, 0900hrs

All incoming travellers to submit health declaration
– Via the SG Arrival Card (SGAC) E-Service (go.gov.sg/healthdeclaration)
– Includes S’pore Citizens, PRs, and Long-Term Pass holders

Health declaration
– Provide your health and recent travel info, personal and contact details
– Up to 3 days prior to arrival
– Must be re-submitted if health condition or travel history changes before arrival

💻 If you don’t submit electronically, you may be delayed at immigration clearance as you’ll have to do it at the checkpoint.

❌ Those who make false declarations may be prosecuted

More: go.gov.sg/ica-23mar

Additional measures to prevent community-spread:

[Sent by Gov.sg – 24 Mar]

➡ Tighter safe distancing measures to minimise further spread (till 30 Apr)
– Limit gatherings outside work and school to 10 or less
– All bars and entertainment venues (like nightclubs, cinemas, karaoke outlets) closed
– All classes at tuition and enrichment centres suspended
– All religious services suspended
– Events and mass gatherings (e.g conferences) cancelled
– Senior-linked activities suspended

➡ S’pore Residents and Long-Term Pass Holders who leave S’pore from 27 Mar will be charged unsubsidised rates at public hospitals if:
– admitted for suspected COVID-19
– have symptoms within 14 days of returning

➡ Dedicated facilities for S’poreans returning from UK/US to serve Stay-Home Notices

➡ Community Isolation Facility at D’Resort NTUC
– For patients who are well enough to be discharged, but are still tested positive

go.gov.sg/measures24mar

Updates on the number of confirmed and discharged cases:

[Sent by Gov.sg]

COVID-19: 24 Mar Update

New imported cases: 32 [30 S’pore residents & long-term pass holders, 2 visitors; travelled from Europe, N.America, Australia, the Middle East, ASEAN and other parts of Asia]

New local cases: 17 [4 linked to previous cases, 13 currently unlinked]

Total cases in Singapore: 558
Discharged today: 3
Total discharged: 155
Total remaining in Hospital: 401

Most in hospital stable or improving. 17 in ICU.

More: Go.gov.sg/moh24mar

Stay safe and stay healthy everyone!

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