After 548 new coronavirus cases were reported in Singapore on Sunday, the total number of infections in the country rose to 31,616. Only three of the new 548 cases were Singapore citizens or permanent residents (foreigners). The rest 545 patients are all foreign workers living in dormitories.

The total number of infections has gone up to 31,616, it said. The death toll due to the disease stands at 23, the ministry said, adding that 13,882 patients have recovered so far. As on Saturday, 711 patients were still in hospital. Eight of them were in critical condition in the intensive care unit, the ministry said.

As many as 16,452 patients are isolated and cared for at community facilities as they have mild symptoms, it said. Meanwhile, pre-school staff are being actively screened for COVID-19 ahead of re-openings of classes in phases, starting from June 2. About 15,300 pre-school staff members, or 99 per cent, have tested negative for the virus, the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA) said on Saturday.
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