- Health Risk Warnings will be sent out to people linked to COVID-19 clusters requiring them to be tested and to self-isolate
- Frequency of rostered routine testing for people working in higher-risk industries to be increased from once a fortnight to once a week
- Companies not subject to mandatory rostered routine testing will get eight antigen rapid test kits per employee for routine testing
SINGAPORE: Singapore needs to “take quick action” to dampen the increasing likelihood of an “exponential rise” in COVID-19 cases, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Monday (Sep 6).
Speaking to reporters, Mr Lawrence Wong, co-chair of the COVID-19 multi-ministry task force, said the transmission rate of COVID-19 has to be slowed down.