Safra Tampines disinfected, remains open after new Covid-19 cluster found

SINGAPORE – Safra Tampines will remain open even though it has formed a new cluster with a total of nine Covid-19 cases as at Thursday (Aug 12).

In a statement to The Straits Times, Safra said that six individuals who had tested positive for the coronavirus were last at Safra Tampines from Aug 6 to 10.

All identified close contacts of these cases have been quarantined, it added.

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