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Cap of 5 people for social gatherings, household visits to return as Singapore tightens COVID-19 measures

04 May 2021 06:57PM
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SINGAPORE: Limits on social gatherings will be reduced from groups of eight people to five as Singapore tightens COVID-19 measures amid a rise in community cases.

The new restriction will be in place from May 8 to May 30.

It applies similarly to households, which will only be able to receive five distinct visitors a day.

People are also advised to keep to a maximum of two social gatherings daily, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Tuesday (May 4).

Several other measures were announced, including the closure of indoor gyms, as well as testing requirements for worship services and cinemas with more than 100 attendees.

Capacity will be reduced at attractions, libraries, tours and MICE events.

READ: 8 more COVID-19 infections linked to TTSH cluster among 10 new community cases in Singapore

The measures will take Singapore back to Phase 2 of its reopening for a few weeks, said co-chair of the COVID-19 multi-ministry task force, Lawrence Wong, at a press conference.

"This is not a circuit breaker. We certainly hope not to have to invoke another circuit breaker," he said.

While the measures will take effect on May 8, Mr Wong urged people to scale back on their activities as much as possible from Tuesday.

WORKPLACE RESTRICTIONS

The proportion of employees allowed to return to the workplace will be reduced from May 8 to 30.

“Employers must ensure that no more than 50 per cent of employees who are able to work from home return to the workplace at any time,” MOH said. This is down from 75 per cent currently.

Social gatherings at the workplace should be avoided, said the ministry.

"However, if they cannot be avoided, for example during meal breaks, the gatherings are subject to the revised group size of five persons," it added.

GYMS, FITNESS STUDIOS TO CLOSE

Indoor gymnasiums and fitness studios will have to close from May 8 to 30 as they have been identified as higher-risk settings.

"These are small enclosed spaces where people are frequently unmasked while exercising, and in close proximity with many other unmasked people," said MOH.

Organised outdoor exercise programmes and classes may continue, subject to a class size of 30.

"This includes group sizes of up to 5 persons and a 3-metre distance between each group," said MOH.

MOH said it will “remain vigilant” and continue to monitor other higher-risk settings and activities such as indoor sports halls and personalised services such as massages, spas, and facials.

“If the community cases situation does not improve, we will consider taking further actions on these higher-risk settings and activities,” MOH said.

SMALLER GROUPS FOR EVENTS, PRE-TESTING REQUIREMENTS

To minimise the likelihood of large cluster formations, MOH said it will reduce event sizes and the limits caps beyond which pre-event testing is required.

Congregational and other worship services will from May 8 to May 30 require pre-event testing if there are more than 100 attendees at any one time, capped at 250 attendees.

“To further reduce the risks of transmission, congregational singing will be suspended in religious organisations to manage any risks of spread,” MOH said.

For weddings, the maximum number of attendees will be 250 attendees in total -including the wedding couple but excluding the licensed solemniser and vendors for the entire event - in zones of up to 50 attendees.

Pre-event testing will be required for the wedding couple for solemnisations involving more than 50 attendees, MOH said. Wedding receptions may also proceed with up to 250 attendees in total for the entire event, in zones or timeslots of up to 50 attendees each.

“Due to the higher risk at receptions where people are unmasked while enjoying their meals and come into close and prolonged contact mingling with one another, pre-event testing for all attendees (including the wedding couple) will be required for wedding receptions involving more than 50 attendees,” MOH said.

For funerals, attendees at the day of the burial or cremation will be limited to no more than 30 persons, down from 50 persons currently. The cap for other days of the wake remains at 30 attendees at any one time, MOH said.

As pre-event testing is not required, attendees are reminded to maintain safe distancing and keep masks on at all times to reduce the risk of spread, MOH added. As a new requirement, all mass participation sports events will be suspended and no spectators will be allowed. The maximum number of attendees allowed at live performances at designated venues, pilot business-to-business events and cinemas will be reduced from 750 to 250.

Pre-event testing will be required for all attendees of these events if there are more than 100 attendees. Similarly, cinema attendances will be reduced to 100 attendees, with the “potential to increase to 250 attendees with the additional requirement of pre-event testing”, MOH said.

Operating capacity will also be reduced from 65 per cent to 50 per cent at museums and public libraries.

Mr Wong said that while the hope is that the measures will slow down the COVID-19 spread, a circuit breaker is not out of the question.

"If new unlinked cases continue to emerge in the coming days and weeks, then certainly, we will not hesitate to take even more stringent measures, even the possibility of having to enter another circuit breaker down the road," he said.

"But let's try to avoid that scenario, and let's all do our part."


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Case 61536, a 43-year-old Indian national and work pass holder, arrived in Singapore from India on Apr 2.

He tested positive for COVID-19 in an on-arrival swab test and was taken to a hospital. He was discharged four days later on Apr 6, without being required to further isolate, as he was deemed to be no longer infectious, said MOH.


He then infected two others – his sister-in-law and her husband, according to MOH.

MINUTE FRAGMENTS OF VIRUS

MOH said Case 61536 was discharged based on his high Ct value that indicated a low viral load, a positive serology test result on Apr 4 that indicated a past infection, as well as a negative pre-departure test taken on Mar 31.

He was deemed to have been shedding minute fragments of the virus, which were no longer transmissible and infective to others, the ministry said.

His sister-in-law, identified as Case 62045, is a 41-year-old accountant who was confirmed to have COVID-19 on Apr 16. Her husband, identified as Case 62143, was confirmed to have COVID-19 on Apr 18. He is a manager of two restaurants.

The couple are permanent residents and were reported as community cases.

"LIKELY REINFECTED"

After his sister-in-law tested positive for COVID-19, Case 61536 was identified as her close contact. He was sent for a COVID-19 test on Apr 17, with the results coming back positive.

After consulting an expert panel comprising infectious diseases and microbiology experts, MOH assessed that he was likely reinfected with COVID-19 recently.

"Our epidemiological investigations indicate that Case 61536 was probably reinfected when he was in India, and had been infectious when he returned to Singapore. He then passed the infection to Cases 62045 and 62143," it added.


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Case 62234 is an 11 year-old male Indian national who is a Student’s Pass holder. He is the child of Cases 62045[1] and 62143[2], and a household contact of Case 61536[3]. He is a student at Dimensions International College (58 Lowland Road).

As he had been identified as a close contact of Case 62045, he was placed on home quarantine on 16 April. He was tested for COVID-19 on 17 April and 19 April during quarantine and his test results were negative. On 21 April, he developed a fever and reported his symptom to MOH. Another test was taken, and this time his result came back positive for COVID-19 infection. He was conveyed in an ambulance to the National University Hospital. His serology test result has come back negative, indicating that this is likely a current infection.


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Case 62541, is a 46-year-old Philippine national, MOH said in its daily update.

She developed a cough, sore throat and body aches on Apr 27, and sought medical treatment.

Her test result came back positive for COVID-19 on the same day and she was warded at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID).






Case 62557

Case 62557 is a 30 year-old male Singapore Permanent Resident who is a doctor at TTSH. He had attended to patients in Ward 9D but had not gone to work after onset of symptoms.

He developed a fever on 27 April and sore throat the next day, and sought medical treatment at a General Practitioner clinic on 27 April, where he was tested for COVID-19. His test result came back positive the next day, and he was conveyed to NCID in an ambulance. His serological test result has come back negative, indicating that this is likely a current infection. Case 62557 received his first dose of COVID-19 vaccine on 18 January, and the second dose on 8 February.









Case 62561

Case 62561 is a 57 year-old male Singaporean who is a patient at TTSH, and was initially warded in Ward 7D, before being transferred to Ward 9D.

He developed a fever on 16 April but did not seek medical treatment. On 18 April, as his fever persisted, and he had developed a runny nose and cough, he sought treatment at TTSH’s emergency department. He was tested for COVID-19 infection and his test result was negative. He was subsequently warded in Ward 7D. On 20 April, he was transferred to Ward 9D. As he had persistent fever, he was reviewed by an infectious diseases physician, and transferred to an isolation ward on 27 April. On 28 April, he tested positive for COVID-19 infection and was transferred to NCID. His serological test result has come back negative.



71-year-old woman, Case 62567, who developed symptoms on Sunday



79-year-old man, Case 62568, who became symptomatic on Wednesday














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At least 10 local COVID cases of Indian variants in Singapor

Staff Writer, SingaporeTue, 4 May 2021, 6:58 PM
A view of Tan Tock Seng Hospital, which became a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cluster, in Singapore April 29, 2021. Picture taken April 29, 2021. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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SINGAPORE — At least 10 COVID-19 cases of the Indian variants have been detected in Singapore's community, with half linked to the Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) cluster, including the 46-year-old Filipino nurse who is fully-vaccinated.

These 10 local cases are part of a total of 131 cases of the Indian variants – B.1.617 and B.1.617.1-3 – in Singapore as of Monday. Authorities had earlier announced that as of 20 April, there were 46 cases of the Indian variant, all imported, here.

Of the five cases of the Indian variants detected in the TTSH cluster, one is a fully-vaccinated doctor who attended to patients in Ward 9D, and the remaining three are patients of the ward aged between 57 and 79.

The TTSH or "Case 62541" cluster, named after the nurse's case number, has 40 cases, including one fatality, linked to it to date. An 88-year-old patient who stayed at the hospital's Ward 9D died due to complications from COVID-19 on Saturday.

The remaining five infected with the Indian variants include a 38-year-old Singaporean man who works as an Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officer deployed at Changi Airport Terminal 1, as well as a fully-vaccinated 39-year-old Vietnamese woman who works as a cleaner employed by Octo Jet Building Maintenance Services and deployed at a community care facility at Tuas South.

Both of them are linked to two separate clusters. The "Case 62517" cluster, named after the ICA's case number, has 11 cases linked to it, of which 10 are his family members. The "Case 62553" cluster, named after the cleaner's case number, has four cases linked to it.

The other three cases of the Indian variants are linked to the four-case "Case 62045" cluster, named after a 41-year-old female permanent resident who works as an accountant at OM Universal at 11 Kaki Bukit Road.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO)'s COVID-19 weekly epidemiological dated 27 April, over 1,200 sequences have been uploaded to the Global Initiative on Sharing All Influenza Data (GISAID), the world's largest database of novel coronavirus genome sequences, and assigned to lineage B.1.617 collectively from at least 17 countries.

It added that most sequences were uploaded from India, the UK, the USA, and Singapore. The B.1.617 lineage comprises several sub-lineages, including B.1.617.1, B.1.617.2, and B.1.617.3

The WHO said that preliminary modelling by the organisation based on sequences submitted to the GISAID suggest that B.1.617 has a higher growth rate than other circulating variants in India, "suggesting potential increased transmissibility, with other co-circulating variants also demonstrating increased transmissibility".


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As of Monday, Singapore also has 188 cases of the UK variant, of which seven are local cases, as well as 11 imported cases who have tested preliminarily positive for it. There are also 166 cases of the South African variant detected here, with eight of them local cases.

Three other local cases are of the Brazilian strain and 1 of the B.1.525 strain.

Altogether, there are 504 cases – 29 local cases and 475 imported – of various strains in Singapore as of Monday.


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