COVID-19: Cases in Singapore Cross 12,000 Mark With 897 New Cases Reported Today

COVID-19: Cases in Singapore Cross 12,000 Mark With 897 New Cases Reported Today

It's a 140 drop from yesterday's 1,037 confirmed cases. Further details will be provided later tonight.

The Ministry of Health has reported 897 new coronavirus cases in Singapore today (April 24). Out of these, there are 13 cases within the community, while the rest of the cases consist of work permit holders residing in dormitories. 

It's a 140 drop from yesterday's 1,037 confirmed COVID-19 cases. Further details will be provided later tonight.
 
This brings the total number of cases to 12,075, with 924 patients discharged and 12 deaths.

This post was first published on AsiaOne and was republished on theAsianparent with permission. 

COVID-19: Cases in Singapore Cross 12,000 Mark With 897 New Cases Reported Today

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