MOM quarantines 800 workers after new case in cleared dormitory

According to media reports, about 800 migrant workers have been newly quarantined after a Covid-19 case was discovered in a cleared dormitory.

The quarantined workers are among about 22,800 who are still serving out their quarantine period. "These workers will be tested when their quarantine ends, and we expect the case counts to remain high in the coming days, before tapering down thereafter," Ministry of Health (MOH) said.

Photo courtesy: Facebook/Lawrence Wong
Photo courtesy: Facebook/Lawrence Wong

On Tuesday, Manpower Ministry (MOM) said all migrant workers living in dormitories have been tested for Covid-19.

They also noted that there had been instances where new cases were detected at previously cleared dormitories.

Details of these new cases were not provided. 

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