COVID-19: 11 new cases detected in Singapore, all imported


Staff Writer, Singapore·Editorial TeamSun, 21 February 2021, 7:37 am

People jogging around the Marina Bay area on 15 Februar. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
People jogging around the Marina Bay area on 15 Februar. (PHOTO: Getty Images)

SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Health (MOH) has confirmed the detection of 11 new cases of COVID-19 infection in Singapore as of noon on Sunday (21 February), taking the country’s total case count to 59,869.

All the cases are imported and have been placed on Stay-Home Notice since their arrival in Singapore, said MOH in a news release.

There are no new cases of locally transmitted infection.

In its nightly release on Saturday, MOH said that two Singaporeans – one returning from India and the other from the UK – were among the 12 new imported cases announced earlier in the day. There were no new cases of locally transmitted infection on Saturday.

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