Singapore records 642 more cases, tally exceeds 31,000

A migrant worker sits along a corridor during a recreational break aboard the cruise ship Superstar Gemini, berthed at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre. Migrant workers form the bulk of Covid-19 cases in the republic, with 28,161 cases out of 31,068. – EPA pic, May 23, 2020.

SINGAPORE has preliminarily confirmed 642 new Covid-19 cases as of noon today, bringing the total to 31,068 with the number of patients recovering as of yesterday being 12,955. 

The noon data on new cases showed only six were Singaporeans or permanent residents while the rest were migrant workers at dormitories, said the republic’s Health Ministry in a statement.

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