Singapore reports 61 coronavirus cases, which is the lowest daily count in four months
SINGAPORE CITY (SINGAPORE) – Singapore on Tuesday recorded 61 new COVID-19 cases, which was its lowest daily count in more than four months.
It was informed last week, it had steered clear of infections from all of the dormitories, which houses around 300,000 workers, excluding some blocks which continue to serve as isolation zones.
Tuesday’s cases mark its lowest tally since April 2, most of whom were among those remaining workers serving quarantine.
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