On 6 Jul, Singapore reported 183 new cases, out of which, 23 are cases in the community, the highest since 25 Apr.
Well, that’s not all.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) also has a list of places where Covid-19 patients have visited for more than half an hour in its infectious period and within a day, 26 places were added to it.
26 New Locations of Places COVID-19 Patients Have Been To Were Added in a Day
The places added include popular shopping malls along Orchard Road, Singapore’s iconic shopping street, and Jewel Changi.
Here’s the full list:
F&B Outlets & Food Centres
- Marutama Dining (75 Killiney Road)
- Dopa Dopa Creamery (29 South Bridge Road)
- Sushi Mitsuya (60 Tras Street)
- Eunos Technolink Food Loft (11 Kaki Bukit Road)
- Wang Sheng Li Durian Station (513 Bishan Street 13)
- Ming Fa (246B Upper Thomson Road)
- One Man Coffee (215R Upper Thomson Road)
- Jurong West 651 Food House Pte Ltd (651 Jurong West Street 61)
- Albert Centre Market and Food Centre (270 Queen Street)
- The Daily Scoop (369 Sembawang Road)
- East Coast Lagoon Food Village (1220 East Coast Parkway)
- Changi City Point
- Sim Lim Square
- ION Orchard (Food Opera @ ION Orchard)
- Northpoint City (Swensen’s)
- Jewel Changi Airport (El Fuego by COLLIN’S)
- Compass One (Kopitiam)
- Lucky Plaza (McDonald’s)
- Tang Plaza (TANGS)
- Plaza Singapura (Swensen’s)
Supermarkets & Others
- Healing Thai Massage (39 Jalan Besar)
- Haniffa Textiles (60 Serangoon Road)
- Huangs 601A (601A Jurong West Street 62)
- Sheng Siong Supermarket (3 Yuan Ching Road)
- NTUC FairPrice (5 Eunos Crescent)
- Sheng Siong Supermarket (7 Jurong West Avenue 5)
Find one of these places familiar? Check out MOH’s table to see if you were there during the same period of time here.
Monitor Your Health Carefully
As MOH has pointed out, the list isn’t here to scare you from going out.
It’s to notify the people (who were there during the same time as the Covid-19 patient) to monitor their own health carefully for the next 14 days.
Should there be any symptoms, no matter how mild they are, go seek a doctor’s opinion immediately.
Yes, even if it’s just a runny nose.
After all, in case we’ve all forgotten about it in the heat of GE2020, the restrictions might kick back in when case numbers spike again.
In other words, it’s not a one-way ticket; it’s a return ticket.
As for whether you should avoid these places, MOH says there’s no need to.
The NEA will work closely with the location operators to thoroughly clean and sanitise their premises so they’ll probably be one of the cleanest places in Singapore after it’s done.
Still, try to stay home as much as possible because while like one netizen say:
“Shops might be open but that doesn’t mean the virus has disappeared overnight.”
That also means obeying the “rule of 5” which is expected to be around for “months”.
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