Singapore, 3 March — Singapore recorded 23 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday (3 March), as reported by the Ministry of Health.
Among the 23 cases, there are only 2 local community cases, while all the other 21 cases were imported infections, said MOH.
MOH added in its preliminary daily update that no new cases were reported in foreign workers dormitories. Details of the new cases will be released on Wednesday night, Said MOH.
Singapore recorded 59,979 COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday (3 March), with 29 deaths and 59,842 recovered cases.