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Singapore Finds 129 New Cases, Including 67 Linked to Clusters

  • Ministry of Health says in statement 28 cases are unlinked
  • Jurong Fishery Port cluster is growing, with markets affected
A SafeEntry QR code outside the closed Jurong Fishery Port in Singapore, on July 26.

A SafeEntry QR code outside the closed Jurong Fishery Port in Singapore, on July 26.

Photographer: Wei Leng Tay/Bloomberg

Singaporean authorities found 129 new community-transmitted Covid-19 cases, the Health Ministry said in a statement Monday.

Of those, 67 cases were linked to the existing KTV lounge and Jurong fishery port clusters, while 28 cases were unlinked. In addition, six imported cases were found, of which three were detected upon arrival to Singapore.