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Advisory for outdoor exercise:

[Sent by – 9 Apr]

COVID-19: Advisory on Exercise during Circuit Breaker period

💪 Stay healthy and continue exercising to keep up your immunity

🤸‍♀ But only exercise alone or with household members
❗Do not exercise with others, not even family in other households

Exercise in open-air stadiums or public parks, but keep at least 1 metre apart from others 🏃‍♀↔🏃

💻 Or stay active at home thru online exercise classes

🚫 All sports and recreation facilities will be closed (eg. public or private condo gyms, pools, courts)
🏟 15 open-air ActiveSG stadiums remain open

🚫 All group sports and physical exercise, such as group training and one-on-one coaching, must cease

Check out how crowded a park is:


Update on the number of cases:

[Sent by]

COVID-19: 9 Apr update

New cases: 287
– Imported: 3
– Local cases (linked): 236 (202 cases linked to clusters at foreign worker dorms; 34 linked to non-dorm clusters/cases)
– Pending contact tracing: 48

Total cases: 1910
– Hospitalised: 884 (29 in ICU)
– In isolation, private hospitals*: 559
– Fatalities: 6
– Total discharged: 460 (Discharged today: 54)


*Patients doing well but still testing positive for the virus are moved to Community Isolation Facilities and private hospitals

Managing infection clusters in foreign worker dorms
– Need to prevent cross-infection from dorms to rest of population
– Govt working with dorm operators to ensure effective management of all dorms

Public health measures:
– Active screening and testing
– Movements minimised to prevent further spread
– Reduce number in dorms: workers who are well and work in essential services moved out

A mildly funny, with sufficient dose of singlish, visual guide on COVID-19 (TEMPORARY MEASURES) ACT 2020:

As always, stay safe and healthy everyone!

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