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By Massita Ahmad
SINGAPORE, March 2 -- Two Malaysian men were among 12 imported COVID-19 cases reported in Singapore on Monday, said the republic’s Ministry of Health.
They were both work permit holders who arrived from Malaysia and were asymptomatic, said the ministry in its full data released here late last night.
As at noon yesterday, Singapore has reported 12 new cases, all imported, bringing the total number of infections here to 59,948.
Thus far, the ministry has classified 3,113 of the reported cases as imported, 2,324 as community cases and 54,511 involving dorm residents.
Singapore has two COVID-19 clusters at the moment.