4 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore on October 12, lowest daily figures since March 4

The Ministry of Health has reported four new COVID-19 cases in Singapore as of 12 pm on October 12. This is the country's lowest daily infection count since March 4.

The national tally of confirmed infections stands at 57,880, MOH said in a statement.

Photo courtesy: Twitter/@sporeMOH
Photo courtesy: Twitter/@sporeMOH

There are two new cases of locally transmitted COVID-19 infection, of whom one is in the community and one resides in a dormitory. They had both been identified earlier as a contact of previous cases. 

Additionally, there are two imported cases, one of whom is a Singapore Permanent Resident who returned to Singapore from the Philippines, and another is a Work Pass holder currently employed in Singapore who arrived from India and the UAE.

They had both been placed on 14-day SHN upon arrival in Singapore, and were tested while serving SHN even though they are asymptomatic.

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