Malaysian working as dental assistant among 11 new cases of Covid-19 in Singapore
SINGAPORE (Bernama): A Malaysian woman who works as a dental assistant is among 11 new cases of Covid-19 reported on Sunday, June 20 in Singapore, according to the Republic’s Ministry of Health (MOH).
Labeled as Case 64,347, the 22-year-old received her first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine on May 23 and the second dose on June 13, the ministry said in its full data released late last night.
At work, the Health Ministry said she was wearing full personal protective equipment (PPE), including an N95 mask, face shield, goggles, gown and gloves.
“She is asymptomatic and was detected when she was tested for Covid-19 on June 19 as part of our community surveillance tests for those working in the Redhill Close area,” the Department of Health said.
She works outside the Redhill MRT station of Q&M Dental Surgery.
“The result of his test came back positive for Covid-19 infection the same day. The result of his serological test is pending, ”the ministry said.
As of noon on Sunday, the republic reported a total of 62,414 Covid-19 cases with 37 open clusters.
There are currently 142 confirmed cases still in hospital, most of which are stable or improving.
One, however, in critical condition in an intensive care unit and five requiring supplemental oxygen, the ministry said.
So far, 34 have died of complications from Covid-19 infection here. – Bernama