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ONG YE KUNG – LOWER COVID CASES IS AN ENCOURAGING SIGN OF OUR RESILIENCE

Singapore minister of health, Ong Ye Kung, said in a Facebook post on 23 August that there were 3,406 local cases on Tuesday, with 359 hospitalised.

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He said that this figure is lower than the previous week of 4,909 new local cases, and this it indicates “yet another encouraging sign of our society’s growing resilience with each passing wave.”

Here is what he said

Tuesday is when we usually record a post-weekend spike in COVID-19 cases, but not today.

Today, we reported 3,406 local cases, a decline from last Tuesday’s 4,909 local cases.

More importantly, hospitalised cases are also lower with 359 reported today, compared to 524 cases a week ago.

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This is yet another encouraging sign of our society’s growing resilience with each passing wave.

The MTF will soon be sharing more details on the way ahead. In the meantime, do continue to take the necessary precautions and remain socially responsible.

Image source: Ong Ye Kung Facebook

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