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COVID-19 Updates at SIM 

Update 29

27 October : Updated entry guidelines and resumption of face-to-face lessons for small groups from 1 November 2021

For a safe and gradual resumption of face-to-face lessons and course assessment on campus, SIM will take the following precautionary measures for students from 1 November:

1) Students serving Stay-Home Notice (SHN) are not allowed on campus.

2) Students who have tested positive for COVID-19 are not allowed on campus until they have received a confirmation from the Ministry of Health (MOH) that their isolation period has ended.

3) Students who have received a Health Risk Warning (HRW) are strongly encouraged to stay at home. However, if they wish to, they are allowed to return to campus after receiving a negative test result on an Antigen Rapid Test (ART) self-test. They are then required to continue administering the ART self-test on a daily basis for 7 days from the day of the HRW notice. They have to complete the ART self-test before leaving their home each day.

4) Vaccinated students are required to show their vaccination status at the entry point to the campus.

5) If non-vaccinated or partially-vaccinated students wish to come back to the campus, they are required to follow the procedure below:

i) Administer an ART self-test and submit an online health declaration to SIM before leaving their home.
ii) They will receive an email confirmation with the submission of their health declaration. They are to show this email confirmation at the point of entry to the campus.
iii) The confirmation email can be used for 7 days, inclusive of the day of the ART self-test.
iv) After 7 days, if they wish to continue to come back to the campus, they are to repeat the above steps to get another confirmation email.

Students taking examinations/assessments will receive a separate email on the additional steps they need to take for entry to the examination venue.

All students will receive specific instructions from their respective programme administrators by email or via SIMConnect.

We seek the understanding of all students during this period of new practises to ensure safety on campus. We encourage everyone to continue to be responsible and to keep our community safe and healthy.

Update 28

11 October 2021: Revised F&B Arrangement and Covid-19 Case at SIM HQ Campus

Revised F&B Arrangement

The Ministry of Health has announced updates to the Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures which will take effect from Wed, 13 Oct 2021.

In view of their advisory, we will be designating a specific area at the SIM HQ campus to allow those who are unvaccinated to consume their food. This will be the study area next to Food Fest at Block B, Level 1. The seating arrangement will be based on maximum 1 person per table with 1m safe distancing from others. This arrangement will take effect from Wed, 13 Oct 2021, onwards. Those are unvaccinated can buy takeaway food at the F&B outlets and dine within this designated area.

Those who are vaccinated can continue to dine at the F&B outlets based on the current seating arrangement of maximum 1 person per table with safe distancing.

For the Table at 7 restaurant at SIM Management House, group sizes of up to 2 persons who are vaccinated are allowed to dine in. Those who are unvaccinated are only allowed to buy takeaway food and not dine in.

Covid-19 Case

One SIM staff has been tested positive for Covid-19. The person was last in SIM HQ campus on Fri, 8 Oct.

Those who are identified to have come into close contact with the staff will be asked to monitor their health.

Upon notification of the case, we undertook deep cleaning and disinfecting of the affected premises. This is on top of our rigorous daily cleaning routine as well as safe management measures implemented across the SIM HQ campus.

We advise everyone to continue monitoring their health closely and to seek medical attention immediately if they develop any flu-like symptoms. Please also continue to adhere to all other safe management measures and practise good hygiene to help lower the transmission risks of the Covid-19 virus in the community.

Update 27

8 October 2021: Covid-19 Cases at SIM HQ Campus

One SIM staff and one SIM student have been tested positive for Covid-19. They were last in SIM HQ campus on Thursday, 7 Oct, and Friday, 1 Oct, respectively.

SIM will be assisting MOH with contact tracing. Those who are identified to have come into close contact with them will be asked to monitor their health.

Upon notification of the above cases, we undertook deep cleaning and disinfecting of the affected premises. This is on top of our rigorous daily cleaning routine as well as safe management measures implemented across the SIM HQ campus.

We like to advise everyone to continue monitoring their health closely and to seek medical attention immediately if they develop any flu-like symptoms. Please also continue to adhere to all safe management measures and practise good hygiene to help lower the transmission risks of the Covid-19 virus in the community.​

Update 26

30 September 2021: Covid-19 Cases at SIM HQ Campus

Two SIM students have been tested positive recently for Covid-19. They were last in SIM HQ campus on Friday, 24 Sep, and Friday, 17 Sep, respectively.

SIM will be assisting MOH with contact tracing.

Upon notification of the cases, we undertook deep cleaning and disinfecting of the affected premises. This is on top of our rigorous daily cleaning routine as well as safe management measures implemented across the SIM HQ campus.

We like to advise everyone to continue monitoring their health closely and to seek medical attention immediately if they develop any flu-like symptoms. Please also continue to adhere to all safe management measures and practise good hygiene to help lower the transmission risks of the Covid-19 virus in the community.

Update 25

27 September 2021: Safe Management Measures for Stabilisation Phase

The Ministry of Health​ has announced some updates to various Safe Management Measures as Singapore enters the stabilisation phase in its journey to become a Covid-19 resilient nation.

In view of their advisory, we will be adopting the following measures from 27 September to 24 October 2021:

1) Group and Social Gatherings

The permissible group size is reduced to a maximum of two persons. For group work in class as well as studying at benches, students are to keep to a maximum of two persons with mask on at all times.

We will continue to disallow social gatherings and interactions outside of classes / lectures / training.

Please also note that the authorities have advised us to reduce social activities and continue to limit our overall number of social gatherings to not more than one per day.

2) F&B Outlet Arrangement

For F&B outlets at SIM HQ campus, we will continue to adopt the seating arrangement of one person per table, as previously announced.

For Table at 7 at SIM Management House, groups of up to two persons are allowed to dine in if they are all fully vaccinated. Otherwise, they are to use take-away and delivery services.

All other measures announced previously will continue to be adopted. We thank everyone for their continued responsibility and cooperation in adhering to the safe management measures, so that together, we can lower the transmission risks of the Covid-19 virus in the community.

Update 24

20 September 2021: Reminder to adhere strictly to safe management measures while on campus

We like to remind everyone that it is their responsibility to adhere strictly to all safe management measures while on campus. These include wearing of face mask at all times, and maintaining a safe distancing of at least one metre from other individuals even when dining in at the food and beverage outlets.

Please note and observe the following:

  • ​Social gatherings and interactions will no longer be allowed outside of classes/lectures for students.
  • Food consumption will only be allowed within the food and beverage outlets, and not at study or other common areas.

We thank everyone for their cooperation in working with us in the above efforts to help curb the number of Covid-19 cases in the community.​

Update 23

10 September 2021: Revised Seating Arrangement at SIM HQ Campus F&B Outlets [Updated as of 4 October]

​The Ministry of Health​ has announced some updates to various Safe Management Measures to slow down the community transmission of the Covid-19 virus.

In view of their advisory, we will be adjusting the seating arrangement of all our food and beverage outlets at the SIM HQ campus from the current 2 persons per table to 1 person per table. This adjustment is in line with the Government’s directive to reduce social interaction to curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

This new seating arrangement starts from Monday, 13 September 2021, and applies to the following outlets:

​Food and Beverage Outlet ​Weekdays ​Saturdays Dining-in Specifications
​Foodclique @ Block A Level 3 [Updated as of 4 Oct]
Closed
Closed Seating of max one person per table regardless of vaccination status​.
Food Fest @ Block B Level 1 [Updated as of 4 Oct]
7.30am – 3.00pm
[Updated as of 4 Oct]
Closed
Seating of max one person per table regardless of vaccination status.
Subway @ Block B Level 1 [Updated as of 4 Oct]
9.30am – 4.00pm
[Updated as of 4 Oct]
Closed
Seating of max one person per table regardless of vaccination status.
Starbucks @ Block C Level 1 ​8.00am – 7.00pm​ ​8.00am – 4.30pm Seating of max one person per table regardless of vaccination status.

Please continue to adhere to other current measures while queuing and/or eating in the outlets. These include maintaining at least one metre safe distancing from other people and no interaction with them, keeping mask on at all times except when eating or drinking, and leaving the outlet immediately after finishing the meal.

We thank everyone for your continued responsibility and cooperation in observing all safe management measures so that together, we can lower the transmission risks of the Covid-19 virus in the community.

Update 22

2 September 2021: Encouraging students in Singapore to go for vaccination

We would like to encourage students to get vaccinated as soon as possible.

8 in 10 people in Singapore have been vaccinated against Covid-19. Both local and international data showed that when an unvaccinated individual catches the virus, there is a high risk of falling very ill. Vaccination is still the best protection against Covid-19.

Getting vaccinated is convenient and free for now. Students can walk in to any Vaccination Centre, polyclinic or participating Public Health Preparedness Clinic (PHPC) to get their first dose without the need for an appointment. The location of the clinics and vaccination centres can be found on vaccine.gov.sg. For students below the age of 18, parental consent is required. The consent form can be downloaded on go.gov.sg/parcf.

For further assistance, please contact the MOH Covid-19 Vaccination Call Centre at 1800-333-9999.

Update 21

23 August 2021: Covid-19 Case at SIM HQ Campus Foodclique Food Court

A staff working at Foodclique food court on Block A level 3 at SIM HQ Campus at Clementi Road has been tested positive for Covid-19. She was last in campus on Friday, 20 August 2021.

SIM will be assisting MOH with contact tracing.

Upon notification of the case, we closed down Foodclique and are undertaking deep cleaning and disinfecting of the food court. This is on top of our rigorous daily cleaning routine as well as safe management measures implemented across the SIM HQ campus.

Those have been to the Foodclique food court during the period between 18 to 20 Aug are advised to monitor their health closely and to seek medical attention immediately if they develop any flu-like symptoms.

Update 20

10 August 2021: Measures for Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) with effect from 10 August [Updated as of 4 October]

The Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education have announced some easing of the measures for Phase 2 (Heightened Alert).

In view of their advisories, we will be adopting the following guidelines with effect from 10 August, subject to further advice and updates from the authorities:

1) Classes

​[Updated as of 27 September] In-person classes and lectures will not have more than 50 persons attending. Classes and lectures with more than 50 persons will continue to be held online. Group work should be done in groups of not more than two persons with masks on at all times.

In-person examinations will not exceed 250 persons in up to five zones with a maximum of 50 persons (including invigilators/staff) per zone. Where practicable, examinations and assessments will be held online. No pre-event testing is required for students.

All in-person classes and examinations will be subject to strict safe management measures.

2) Entry to Campus and Safe Management Measures

The procedure for entry to the campus remains – students are to show class registration or time-table at the entry point to the campus.

To enter the campus, students must check in using their TraceTogether app. While on campus, they are to wear a mask, maintain safe distancing and carry their TraceTogether token or app with them at all times to facilitate accurate contact tracing, should the need arise.

Students who need to come back to campus for self-study as their home environments may not be conducive may submit their application via https://simlibrary.appointeze.com/online. Students without approval are not allowed entry to the campus.

3) Social Gatherings

​[Updated as of 27 September] The permissible group size is reduced to a maximum of two persons. For group work in class as well as studying at benches, students are to keep to a maximum of two persons with mask on at all times. We will continue to disallow social gatherings and interactions outside of classes/lectures/training.

[Updated as of 8 Sep] The authorities have also advised that we are to limit our social circle to a small group of regular contacts and keep the number of our social gatherings to no more than one per day.

4) Group Activities and Events

Student activities can resume on campus with safe management measures. Students are to continue to refer and adhere to Sport Singapore's and National Arts Council's latest specific safe management measures including vaccination-differentiated measures for conducting of all sport, physical, arts and cultural activities including dancing, singing, playing of wind/brass instruments, voice training, and speech and drama activities.

Live performances may resume, subject to the relevant safe management measures listed by National Arts Council.

5) Services and Facilities

The table below lists the operation of services and facilities, as well as dining-in specifications, at the SIM HQ campus with effect from 10 August.

For food and beverage outlets, students are to maintain at least one metre safe distancing from other people when eating and queuing, keep their mask on at all times except when eating or drinking, and leave the outlet immediately after finishing their meal. There must be no interaction between groups.

Services and Facilities

Remarks

Food and Beverage, and Retail Outlets

Outlet

Weekdays

Saturdays

Dining-in Specifications

Buzz 
@ Block A Level 1

Permanently​ closed

Foodclique 
@ Block A Level 3

[Updated as of 4 Oct]
Closed

Closed

[Updated as of 20 Sep]
Seating of max one pax per table regardless of vaccination status.​

Kampung
@ Block A Level 3

Permanently​ closed​

Food Fest 
​@ Block B Level 1

[Updated as of 4 Oct]
7.30am – 3.00pm

[Updated as of 4 Oct]
Closed

[Updated as of 20 Sep]
Seating of max one pax per table regardless of vaccination status​.

Subway 
@ Block B Level 1

[Updated as of 4 Oct]
9.30am – 4.00pm

[Updated as of 4 Oct]
Closed

[Updated as of 20 Sep]
Seating of max one pax per table regardless of vaccination status​.

Starbucks 
@ Block C Level 1

[Updated as of 1 Sep]
8.00am – 7.00pm

[Updated as of 1 Sep]
8.00am – 4.30pm

[Updated as of 20 Sep]
Seating of max one pax per table regardless of vaccination status​.

Seng City Print Services 
​@ Block A Level 2

8.30am – 5.30pm         

Closed

NA

Payment Counter

[Updated as of 27 Sep]
Counter will be closed till 5 Nov. From 6 Nov onwards, it will be open every Wednesday, 9.00am to 4.30pm.​

This is strictly by appointment only and applies to students who have difficulties making online payments.

For enquiries, email students@sim.edu.sg

Library

Library is open for book borrowing and studying from Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm.

This is strictly by appointment only. To make an appointment, visit library.sim.edu.sg

For all other enquiries and updates, visit library.sim.edu.sg, call 62489601 or email libenQ@sim.edu.sg from Monday to Saturday, 9.00am to 5.00pm.

Service Desk

For IT support, call 62489090 and select Option 1 or email ITSD_SIMGE@sim.edu.sg from Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 10.30pm, and on Saturday, 8.00am to 6.30pm.

Student Recruitment Office

[Updated as of 27 Sep]
Counter will remain closed​.

For enquiries, call 62489746 or email study@sim.edu.sg from Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm, and on Saturday, 9.00am to 1.00pm.

Student Services Office

Counter will remain closed.

For enquiries, call 62489393 or email students@sim.edu.sg from Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm, and on Saturday, 9.00am to 1.00pm.

Students are advised to regularly check their mymail student account, and the SIMConnect News and Notices for updates.

Sports Facilities and Gym

Sports facilities are open, except for student gym which will open from Monday, 16 August. Everyone is to adhere to Sport Singapore's latest guidelines and safe management measures for conducting of all sporting activities.


For more information and registration for the national vaccination programme administered by the Singapore Government, please refer to vaccine.gov.sg. If students are unwell, they are to see a doctor immediately, minimise in-person interactions and isolate themselves at home as far as possible. If they have household members on Home Quarantine Order/Stay-Home Notice or adult household members with flu-like symptoms such as fever and cough, they are required to stay away from the campus.

If they have been put under MOH’s Health Risk Warning (HRW), they will be placed on Approved Absence/Leave of Absence for at least 14 days, and will only be allowed to return to campus after their Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) swab test result is negative. If they have been put under Health Risk Alert (HRA), they will be able to return to campus, but should limit their social interactions as an added precaution, monitor their health, and see a doctor promptly if they feel unwell.

If they are issued a Home Quarantine Order, Approved Absence/Leave of Absence or Stay-Home Notice, they are to email students@sim.edu.sg immediately.

We thank everyone for their continued responsibility in adhering to all current safe management measures at all times, including adopting safe distancing and practising good hygiene, to help curb the number of Covid-19 cases in the community.

Update 19

23 July 2021: Covid-19 Case at SIM Management House

We have been informed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on 22 July 2021 that a course participant who attended training at the SIM Management House (MH) campus in Namly Avenue has tested positive for Covid-19. The course participant was at the SIM MH campus on 15 and 16 July 2021.

SIM has assisted with MOH’s contact tracing. MOH has arranged for close contacts of the affected course participant to be quarantined and for other participants and SIM staff to take a swab test as a precautionary measure.

Upon notification of the case, we have undertaken deep cleaning and disinfecting of the affected premises in addition to our rigorous daily cleaning routine.

Those who have attended a course in SIM MH during the period of 15 and 16 July 2021 are advised to monitor their health closely and to seek medical attention immediately if they develop any flu-like symptoms, even though safe management measures were in place at our SIM MH campus.

Update 18

22 July 2021: Guidelines for Phase 2 (Heightened Alert)

The Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education have announced the return to Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) and the tightening of community safe management measures from 22 July to 18 August.

In view of their advisories, we will be adopting the following guidelines for this new Phase with effect from 22 July till 18 August, subject to further advice from the authorities:

1) Classes
We will conduct in-person classes and lectures with no more than 50 persons attending. Classes and lectures with more than 50 persons will continue to be held online.

For in-person examinations, they will be conducted with no more than 50 persons per venue. Where practicable, examinations and assessments will also be held online.

All in-person classes and examinations will be subject to strict safe management measures including wearing of mask at all times and safe distancing between students.

For students who were told earlier their classes in June and July would be on campus, they will be receiving specific instructions with regard to the arrangement of their classes from their respective programme administrators via email or SIMConnect.

2) Entry to Campus and Safe Management Measures
The procedure for entry to the campus remains – students are to show class registration or time-table at the entry point to the campus. We will continue to have temperature screening at the entrance point. Students with Acute Respiratory Infection symptoms will be required to stay away from the campus and advised to see a doctor.

To enter the campus, students must check in using their TraceTogether app. While on campus, they are to wear a mask and carry their TraceTogether token or app with them at all times to facilitate accurate contact tracing, should the need arise.

Students who need to come back to campus for self-study as their home environments may not be conducive may submit their application via https://simlibrary.appointeze.com/online. Students without approval will not be allowed entry to the campus.

3) Social Gatherings
The limit on each social gathering group size has been reduced to two persons. Students are to minimise social gatherings as far as possible while on campus, and maintain a group size of not more than two persons across all gatherings with safe management measures in place. No cross-group interaction is allowed.

Please also take note of the authorities’ advice to limit our social circle to a small group of regular contacts and the number of our social gatherings to no more than two per day.

4) Group Activities
All in-person Co-Cu​rricular Activities and indoor mask-off activities will be suspended.​ Please continue to refer to the latest advisories by Sport Singapore and National Arts Council for specific safe management measures for conducting of sport, physical, arts and cultural activities.

5) Services and Facilities
Please see the table below for the operation of services and facilities at the SIM HQ campus.

Dining-in will only be allowed at the specified campus canteens below, with single seating. Please maintain at least one metre safe distancing from other people when eating and queuing, keep mask on at all times except when eating or drinking, and leave the outlet immediately after finishing the meal. There must be no interaction between individuals. Only takeaway option is permitted for the other food and beverage outlets.

Services and Facilities

Remarks

Food and Beverage, and Retail Outlets

Outlet

Weekdays

Saturdays

Buzz 
@ Block A Level 1

Permanently​ closed

Foodclique 
@ Block A Level 3

8.00am – 4.00pm
(​​For dining-in and takeaway)

Closed

Kampung
@ Block A Level 3

Permanently​ closed​

Food Fest 
​@ Block B Level 1

7.30am – 6.00pm
(For dining-in and takeaway)​

8.30am – 4.00pm
(To alternate with Subway)

Subway 
@ Block B Level 1

8.30am – 6.00pm (Only for takeaway)

8.30am – 4.00pm
(To alternate with Food Fest)

Starbucks 
@ Block C Level 1

8.00am – 8.00pm (Only for takeaway)

Closed

Seng City Print Services 
​@ Block A Level 2

8.30am – 5.30pm         

Closed

Payment Counter

Counter will remain closed till 6 July.
From 7 July, the counter will be opened every Wednesday, 9.00am – 4.30pm.
This is strictly by appointment only and applies to students who have difficulties making online payments.

For enquiries:
Email students@sim.edu.sg

Library

The Library is open for book borrowing and studying on the following days:
Monday – Friday: 9.00am – 5.00pm

This is strictly by appointment only.

To make an appointment: 
Visit library.sim.edu.sg

For all other enquiries:
Visit library.sim.edu.sg for updates, or call 62489601 or email libenQ@sim.edu.sg
Monday – Saturday: 9.00am – 5.00pm

Service Desk

For IT support on online learning:
Call 62489090 and select Option 1 or email ITSD_SIMGE@sim.edu.sg
Monday – Friday: 8.00am – 10.30pm
Saturday: 8.00am – 6.30pm

Student Recruitment Office

Counter is open on:
Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am – 1.00pm

This is strictly by appointment only.

To make an appointment or enquiries:
Visit simge.edu.sg/contact-us

Student Services Office

Counter will remain closed.
For enquiries:
Call 62489393 or email students@sim.edu.sg
Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am – 1.00pm
Students are advised to regularly check their mymail student account, and the SIMConnect News and Notices for updates. 

Sports Facilities and Gym

Sports facilities are open. Please adhere to the latest Sport Singapore's guidelines and safe management measures for conducting of all sporting activities.

Student gym will be closed.​


For more information and registration for the national vaccination programme administered by the Singapore Government, please refer to vaccine.gov.sg.

We will continue to assess the situation and be guided by the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education in safeguarding the well-being of our students and staff on campus. We urge students to continue doing their part by adhering to all current safe management measures and practising good hygiene to help curb the number of Covid-19 cases in the community.

If students are unwell, they are to see a doctor and get tested immediately. If they have household members on Home Quarantine Order/Stay-Home Notice or adult household members with flu-like symptoms such as fever and cough, they are required to stay away from the campus.

​Students who have been put under MOH’s Health Risk Warning (HRW) will be placed on Approved Absence/Leave of Absence for at least 14 days, and will only be allowed to return to campus after their Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) swab test result is negative. Students who have been put under Health Risk Alert (HRA) will be able to return to campus, but should limit their social interactions as an added precaution, monitor their health, and see a doctor promptly if they feel unwell. 

If they are issued a Home Quarantine Order, Approved Absence/Leave of Absence or Stay-Home Notice, they are to email us at students@sim.edu.sg immediately.

We look forward to the continued responsibility of everyone to keep our community safe and healthy. It is only by working together that we can emerge stronger and safer.

 

Read SIM COVID-19 past updates.


Precautionary measures at SIM

SIM has put in place a set of precautionary measures to keep our students, staff, associates, vendors and members of public safe and healthy. These measures are based on recommendations from the Ministry of Health, Singapore and consistent with guidelines set by the Ministry of Education, Singapore.

Our precautionary measures are:
  • Mandatory temperature taking for all persons entering our premises.

    It is compulsory for staff/students/course participants/visitors/associates/tenants/contractors to go through the temperature screening. Upon your arrival on campus, please proceed immediately to take your temperature at one of the screening stations before entering the campus. If you are screened to have a fever, you will be denied entry and advised to see a doctor immediately. Please call the clinic ahead of your visit and declare your travel history.

    Temperature Screening Stations (From 31 August 2020) are located at:

    ​SIM HQ Campus Temperature Screening Stations
    Block A

    Vehicular Entrance 2 (after roundabout)

    Vehicular entrance:
                Carpark entrance 2 (Block A)

    Level 1 Plaza Pedestrian Station

    Pedestrian entrance: Block A Level 1 – Plaza (next to bus stop) 

    Level 2 Atrium Pedestrian Station

    Pedestrian entrance: Block A Level 2 – Atrium 

    Block B

    Level 1 Entrance Pedestrian Station

    Pedestrian entrance: Block B Level 1 

    Block C
    Vehicular Entrance 1

    Vehicular entrance:
                Carpark entrance 1 (Block C) 

    ​SIM Management House

    ​Level 4 Atrium Pedestrian Station

    Pedestrian entrance: Management House at Namly Ave – Level 4 Atrium 

  • Travel declaration. 
  • Safe Distancing.
  • Advisories to remind students and staff to be vigilant, monitor their health, practise good personal hygiene, and to seek medical attention immediately if unwell.
  • Disciplinary actions for those caught flouting the precautionary measures.

If you know of anyone who has breached any precautionary measure, you can make an anonymous report at the SIM contacts below. 

Your part in helping to contain the spread of COVID-19 in Singapore is to take personal responsibility by complying with all precautionary measures and to report someone whom you know is not complying. Ultimately, we can only overcome COVID-19 with the co-operation and public spiritedness of everyone in Singapore.

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We ask that everyone to remain calm and vigilant and do not speculate and spread fake news that can cause undue panic. Please check your facts with SIM at following:

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