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As of 4 Aug 2020, 12pm, MOH has confirmed an additional 295 cases of COVID-19 infection in Singapore. 7 cases are imported, 2 are in the community, while the rest are cases residing in foreign worker dormitories.

MOH will share further updates in its press release that will be issued later tonight.

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Total Number of Imported Cases in Singapore
(as of 3 Aug 2020, 1200h)

718 (+9)

Case Summary in Singapore
(as of 3 Aug 2020, 1200h)

Hospitalised (Stable)  Hospitalised (Critical)
114 1
In Community Facilities*  Total Discharged
5,730 47,179

#Active cases = In Community Facilities + Hospitalised (Stable) + Hospitalised (Critical)
*Patients who are clinically well but still test positive for COVID-19 are isolated and cared for at community isolation facilities.
^Excludes deaths unrelated to COVID-19 complications

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Most activities and business operations to resume in Phase Two

Speaking at the Multi-Ministry Taskforce Press Conference on 15 June 2020, Minister for National Development, Lawrence Wong highlighted that Phase Two will be different from Phase One because most activities, such as food and beverage dine-in and retail, will resume with more businesses re-opening.

He emphasised that retail businesses will be subject to capacity limits and that individuals or groups of not more than five persons must adhere to the one-metre rule at all times. Live music, screenings, singing and voice training classes will not be allowed, as they pose higher risk of COVID-19 spread through droplets. 

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Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (DORSCON)

The 'Disease Outbreak Response System Condition' (DORSCON) is a colour-coded framework that shows you the current disease situation. Read more here.

We urge Singaporeans to remain calm and vigilant. Singaporeans can continue to play their part by being socially responsible, practising good personal hygiene habits and complying with safe distancing measures.

Members of the public should adopt the following precautions at all times:

  • Avoid close contact with people who are unwell or showing symptoms of illness;
  • Observe good personal hygiene; 
  • Practise frequent hand washing with soap (e.g. before handling food or eating, after going to toilet, or when hands are dirtied by respiratory secretions after coughing or sneezing);
  • Wear a mask if you need to leave your house (click here for guidance on use of masks and face shields);
  • Cover your mouth with a tissue paper when coughing or sneezing, and dispose the soiled tissue paper in the rubbish bin immediately; and
  • Seek medical attention promptly if you are feeling unwell.