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C-Virus Updates 30th Oct - Singapore Is Keen To Establish Air Travel Bubble Partnership With Malaysia

C-Virus Updates 30th Oct - Singapore Is Keen To Establish Air Travel Bubble Partnership With Malaysia
Oct 30, 2020
6:14 pm

A total of 799 cases are confirmed today and all of them are local transmission cases. There are NO imported ones this round. In the last 24 hours, 491 patients have successfully recovered but sadly there are 3 deaths. The state that records the highest number to date is still Sabah (466 cases), followed by Selangor placing the second in rank (150 cases). 

Latest News: Singapore's Transport Minister, Ong Ye Kung is looking to establish an air travel bubble partnership with Malaysia when the time is right. Currently, Singapore has reached an agreement with Hong Kong to have bilateral air travel bubble. Due to the spike in Malaysia's Coronavirus cases, Singapore is putting on hold such plans till signs of recovery arise from our situation. Nevertheless, Singapore government is still confident with our preventive measures and believe that cases will definitely go down in the next few months. 

If you are confused of what travel bubble is, read here for the short explanation. 

Here is the latest updated list of locations with confirmed Covid-19 cases: 

1. Supreme Cold Storage Sdn Bhd, Supreme Food Supply (M) Sdn Bhd and Supreme Transportation Sdn Bhd, Kuching, Sarawak
2. Sandhu & Co Advocates, Miri Sarawak
3. Maybank, Sitiawan, Perak
4. Japan Embassy, Persiaran Stonor, KL
5. Arena Shamelin Apartment, Cheras KL
6. SK Temenggong Abdul Rahman 1, JB
7. National Defence University Malaysia (UPNM)

 

If you want to take a swab test, here are the possible places you can visit for such service. In the meantime, stay safe, take care and Happy Halloween! Perhaps keep yourself occupied with 'AMONG US'? 

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Credits to KKM, FMT and Malaysia Kini for the resources. 

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