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Hotels for SHN for Singaporeans returning from UK/US:

[Sent by Gov.sg – 27 Mar]

COVID-19: Measures and precautions

All S’poreans returning from UK/US to serve Stay-Home Notice (SHN) at dedicated hotels
– They will be transported directly from airport to dedicated hotels to serve 14 day SHN
– Mandatory, even if they only transited through US/UK
go.gov.sg/SHN-UKUS

Beware of scam calls
– 🤖📞 Recorded calls impersonating MOH, informing users about an unclaimed document
– Anti-scam helpline: 1800-722-6688 or go to www.scamalert.sg

Qing Ming advisory
– All govt-managed columbaria (Choa Chu Kang, Mandai, Yishun) closed on weekends and public hols until 26 Apr
– Extended opening hrs on weekdays till 24 Apr
– Limit number of family visitors to 4 per family cluster. Don’t bring elderly/young children
– Avoid prolonged stay, overcrowding
go.gov.sg/NEA-qingming

Update on number of confirmed and discharged cases:

[Sent by Gov.sg]

COVID-19: 27 Mar Update

New imported cases: 22 [20 S’pore residents & long-term pass holders, 2 visitors; travelled from Europe, N.America & ASEAN]

New local cases: 27 [18 linked to previous cases and clusters, 9 currently unlinked]

Total cases in Singapore: 732
Discharged today: 11
Total discharged: 183
Total remaining in Hospital: 432

Most in hospital stable or improving. 17 in ICU – 1 less than yesterday.

Go.gov.sg/moh27mar

Schools to have one day of home-based learning (HBL) a week
➡️ To support further safe distancing, schools will progressively transit to a blended learning model
➡️ Starting Apr 2020, all schools will conduct one day of HBL a week
– Primary – Wed
– Secondary – Thur
– JC/Centralised Institute – Fri
➡️ HBL will be introduced progressively to better prepare students and parents, if more days of HBL are needed

Details: go.gov.sg/homebasedlearning

Stay safe and healthy everyone. The number of unlinked cases is worrying.

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