Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore (2020)

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The following is a timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore in 2020.

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Timeline

January

DayTotal suspected casesNew cases
[note 1] [note 2]
Total casesRef.
1---
2---
3---
41-- [1]
51--
61--
71--
81--
91--
102-- [2]
112--
122--
132--
142--
152--
163-- [3]
175-- [4]
186-- [5]
196--
207-- [6]
217--
2210-- [7]
232811 [8]
244423 [9]
2564-3 [10]
269214 [11] [12]
2712415 [13]
2817027 [14]
29204310 [15]
30226313 [16]
31249316 [17]
Notes:
  1. As of the day of the press release.
  2. All reported cases in January were imported.

February

DayTotal suspected casesNew cases [note 1] New recoveriesActive casesIn ICUTotal recoveredTotal casesRef.
Locally transmittedImportedTotal
1274-22-18--18 [68]
2301----18--18 [69]
3312----18--18 [70]
4333426-24--24 [71] [72]
5385314-28--28 [73]
64872-2-301-30 [74]
73-3-332-33 [75]
86597-72384240 [76]
96573-34376643 [77]
106651121387745 [78]
116982-22387947 [79]
128133-363581550 [80]
138518-8-4371558 [81]
149229-925061767 [82]
159915-515461872 [83]
161,0653-315651975 [84]
171,11711255342477 [85]
184-455242981 [86]
193-355043484 [87]
201-134843785 [88]
211-1103954786 [89]
2221324054989 [90]
23---23855189 [91]
241-123775390 [92]
251-153375891 [93]
262-243176293 [94]
273-343086696 [95]
282-232976998 [96]
294-4330772102 [97]
Notes:
  1. Cases may be reclassified after further investigation. The data shown here is correct as of the initial announcement.

March

DayNew casesNew recoveriesNew deathsActive casesIn ICUTotal deathsTotal recoveredTotal casesRef.
Locally transmittedImportedTotal
Dorm residentsOther
14-42-327-74106 [120]
22-24-306-78108 [121]
32-2--327-78110 [122]
42-21-337-79112 [123]
54152-367-81117 [124]
6112131-489-82130 [125]
76288-488-90138 [126]
811112--609-90150 [127]
973103-6710-93160 [128]
106-6--7312-93166 [129]
1112-123-829-96178 [130]
12459--919-96187 [131]
1349131-10311-97200 [132]
1439128-10714-105212 [133]
155914--12113-105226 [134]
16611174-13413-109243 [135]
1761723—5-15214-114266 [136]
181433473-19615-117313 [137]
19824325-22115-124345 [138]
201228407-25416-131385 [139]
218394792290142140432
22518234-309142144455
23648548-355152152509
241732493-401172155558
253538735-469172160631
26123285212-509182172683
27126224911-547172183732
28128417015-602192198802
292162442141629193212844
3052193516-648193228879
31625164712-683223240926

April

DayNew casesNew recoveriesNew deathsActive casesIn ICUTotal deathsTotal recoveredTotal casesRef.
Dorm ResidentsNon-dorm work permit holdersCommunityImportedTotal
1133391974517522432451,000 [139]
284298492117792342661,049
3225299651618272552821,114 [175]
4279327751518862662971,189
5581543412023-9832563201,309
63472416624-1,0252563441,375
757838310633-1,0982963771,481
874858214229-1,2112964061,623
92281145328754-1,4432964611,910
101411641-1983011,6093274922,108
111521227-1913611,7633185282,299
121881926-23332-1,9643185602,532
133341438-3862612,3232995862,918
142751940-3342512,63128106113,252
15406437-44740-3,03626106533,699
166762626-72831-3,73423106834,427
17562342616232314,33622117035,050 [176]
188932722-94234-5,24423117375,992
195481830-59626-5,81422117636,588
201,3713025-1,42624-7,21623117878,014
211,0503328-1,11138-8,28927118259,125
229673217-1,0165719,247251288210,141
239823025-1,03716-10,248261291811,178
248531925-89738-11,107241295612,075
25597129-61846-11,67924121,00212,693
268862117293158-12,55222121,06013,624
27764818-79935213,31420141,09514,423
28511410-52833-13,80921141,12814,951
296601611-69060-14,43922141,18815,641
30488229-52864114,91021151,24416,169

May

DayNew casesNew recoveriesNew deathsActive casesIn ICUTotal deathsTotal recoveredTotal casesRef.
Dorm ResidentsNon-dorm work permit holders [note 1] CommunityImportedTotal
192048-93224115,81723161,26817,101 [241]
243845-44779116,18424171,34717,548
3639711-65761116,77922181,40818,205
456534-57249-17,30325181,45718,778
561849-63162-17,87324181,51919,410
67641212-788115218,54423201,63420,198
772086-73478-19,20719201,71220,939
8729310-742328-19,64722202,04021,707
9743191753256-20,14423202,29622,460
1086483-876425-20,59522202,72123,336
1148312-486504120,54124213,22523,787 [242]
1288013-884626-20,79920213,85124,671
1367014-675958-20,51619214,80925,346
14750-2-7521,164-20,10420215,97326,098
1579111-7931,275-19,62218217,24826,891
1645735-4651,094118,99216228,34227,356
1767345-682998-18,67616229,34028,038
18303-2-305495-18,48612229,83528,343
19450-1-451530-18,407102210,36528,794
205628-570842-18,135112211,20729,364 [243]
2143513-448910117,672102312,11729,812
226104-614838-17,44882312,95530,426
2363111-642927-17,16382313,88231,068
245444-548994-16,71782314,87631,616
253386-344862-16,19982315,73831,960
263812-383706-15,87682316,44432,343
275294-533832-15,57772317,27632,876
283712-3731,018-14,93272318,29433,249
296029-6111,337-14,20682319,63133,860
305015-5061,096-13,61672320,72734,366
315162-518972-13,16282321,69934,884
Notes:
  1. From 20 May, non-dormitory work permit holders were reclassified under community cases.

June

DayNew casesNew recoveriesNew deathsActive casesIn ICUTotal deathsTotal recoveredTotal casesRef.
Dorm ResidentsCommunityImportedTotal
1408--408767112,80272422,46635,292 [260]
25404-544709-12,63762423,17535,836
35627-569407-12,79952423,58236,405
450215-517322-12,99452423,90436,922
525011-271305-12,95042424,20937,183
63377-344350112,94342524,55937,527
736914-383327-12,99932524,88637,910
83842-386482-12,90342525,36838,296
92126-218509-12,61232525,87738,514
104447-451655-12,40832526,53238,965
114166-422754-12,07622527,28639,387 [261]
1244518-463754-11,78522528,04039,850
133425-347768111,36312628,80840,197
1439791407781-10,98922629,58940,604
152113-212777-10,42622630,36640,818
161492-151797-9,78022631,16340,969
172425-247775-9,25222631,93841,216
182534-257774-8,73522632,71241,473
191411-142747-8,13022633,45941,615
202162-218765-7,58312634,22441,833
2125210-262718-7,12712634,94242,095 [262]
222171-218648-6,69712635,59042,313
231154-119405-6,41112635,99542,432
241847-191304-6,29812636,29942,623
251085-113305-6,10612636,60442,736
262136-219221-6,10412636,82542,955
2728011-291338-6,05712637,16343,246
2820112-213345-5,92512637,50843,459
291957-202477-5,65012637,98543,661
3024051246515-5,38112638,50043,907

July

DayNew casesNew recoveriesNew deathsActive casesIn ICUTotal deathsTotal recoveredTotal casesRef.
Dorm ResidentsCommunityImportedTotal
1201104215511-5,08512639,01144,122 [306]
2177101188418-4,85512639,42944,310
3155113169340-4,68412639,76944,479
417591185348-4,52122640,11744,664
5111187136324-4,33322640,44144,800
6157233183276-4,24022640,71744,983
7134193156285-4,11212641,00245,140
814693158321-3,94812641,32345,297
9103211125322-3,75112641,64545,422
10174151190135-3,80612641,78045,612
11145241170246-3,73012642,02645,782 [307]
1217611178259-3,64912642,28545,960
13406115322256-3,71512642,54146,282
143387234719613,865-2742,73746,629
15229155249251-3,863-2742,98846,878
16233114248268-3,843-2743,25647,126
1731593327321-3,849-2743,57747,453
1818778202256-3,795-2743,83347,655
1924485257253-3,799-2744,08647,912
20110112123285-3,637-2744,37148,035
2138793399213-3,823-2744,58448,434
2229686310211-3,922-2744,79548,744 [308]
2334185354220-4,056-2745,01549,098
2427232277157-4,176-2745,17249,375
2550526513180-4,509-2745,35249,888
2647254481269-4,821-2745,52150,369
27452215469171-5,119-2745,69250,838
2835522359201-5,277-2745,89351,197
2932734334105-5,406-2746,09851,531
3027044278210-5,474-2746,30851,809
3139033396183-5,687-2746,49152,205

August

DayNew casesNew recoveriesActive casesIn ICUTotal deathsTotal recoveredTotal casesRef.
Dorm ResidentsCommunityImportedTotal
1301153072495,745-2746,74052,512 [319]
2307153131865,872-2746,92652,825
3216192262535,84512747,17953,051
4286272952755,86512747,45453,346
5903149083146,45912747,76854,254
6293443012636,497-2748,03154,555
7235162422836,458-2748,31254,797
8125161322716,319-2748,58354,929
9171131753326,162-2748,91555,104
101751121886945,656-2749,60955,292
115623615195,198-2750,12855,353 [320]
1230111423924,848-2750,52055,395
1391561022164,734-2750,73655,497
1479-4833134,504-2751,04955,580
1562316814724,113-2751,52155,661
167826864323,767-2751,95355,747
1785-6913973,461-2752,35055,838
1897121001833,378-2752,53355,938
198526932773,194-2752,81056,031
2066-2683092,953-2753,11956,099
21976131165322,538-2753,65156,216
224325502692,319-2753,92056,266 [321]
2373113872442,162-2754,16456.353
244317514231,790-2754,58756,404
2530-1312291,592-2754,81656,435
2647310601551,497-2754,97156,495
277025771681,406-2755,13956,572
2880410941981,302-2755,33756,666
294713511101,243-2755,44756,717
303887531391,158-2755,58656,771
31313741721,127-2755,65856,812

September

DayNew casesNew recoveriesActive casesTotal deathsTotal recoveredTotal cases
[note 1] [note 2] [note 3]
Ref.
Dorm ResidentsCommunityImportedTotal
1321740911,0762755,74956,852 [321] [330]
24333491429422755,89156,860
34125481378532756,02856,908 [331] [332]
437-3401567472756,17456,948
5293133936882756,26756,981
62341340666622756,33357,021
7181322756092756,40857,043
846-147536032756,46157,090
96011475316472756,49257,165
10552663666442756,55857,228
1173-1386496812756,60757,314
122841042926312756,69957,356
13401849656152756,76457,405
1443-548386252756,80257,453
1528-634825772756,88457,487
16232227715322756,95557,514
17151218844662757,03957,532 [333] [334]
189-110324442757,07157,542
1991515713882757,14257,557
20131418393672757,18157,575
2122-931603382757,24157,606
2220-121213382757,26257,627
2371412293212757,29157,639
2410-515422942757,33357,654 [335]
259-21172982757,34057,665
26141520192992757,35957,685
2710-51583062757,36757,700
2872615262952757,39357,715
29171927732492757,46657,742
30163423222502757,48857,765
Notes:
  1. 41 cases were retroactively removed from the total count on 2 September, after further investigations showed them to be negative.
  2. 1 imported case from 5 September was retroactively removed from the total count on 16 September, after further investigations revealed their first test result to be a false positive.
  3. 1 community case on 18 September was retroactively removed from the total count on 21 September, after further investigations revealed their first test result to be a false positive.

October

DayNew casesNew recoveriesNew deathsActive casesIn ICUTotal deathsTotal recoveredTotal casesRef.
Dorm ResidentsCommunityImportedTotal
131151924-245-2757,51257,784 [353]
24151022-233-2757,53457,794
3114628-211-2757,56257,800
44261213-210-2757,57557,812
5511722-195-2757,59757,819
65241115-19112757,61257,830
74-61012-18912757,62457,840
84-5944-15412757,66857,849
91-9107-15712757,67557,859
10115723-14112757,69857,866
113-7107-14412757,70557,876 [354]
121124231124-2857,72857,880
13--4412-116-2857,74057,884
14-23512-109-2857,75257,889
151-2312-100-2857,76457,892
161-8920-89-2857,78457,901
17111314-78-2857,79857,904
1811579-76-2857,80757,911
19--4412-68-2857,81957,915
202-46--74-2857,81957,921
21--12122-84-2857,82157,933
221-788-84-2857,82957,941 [355]
23--10103-91-2857,83257,951
2412111412-93-2857,84457,965
252-3514-84-2857,85857,970
261-2321-66-2857,87957,973
27-1674-69-2857,88357,980
28--777-69-2857,89057,987
29--779-67-2857,89957,994
30117910-66-2857,90958,003
31--12124-74-2857,91358,015

November

DayNew casesNew recoveriesNew deathsActive casesIn ICUTotal deathsTotal recoveredTotal casesRef.
Dorm ResidentsCommunityImportedTotal
1--4411-67-2857,92458,019 [374]
2--11--68-2857,92458,020
32-7913-64-2857,93758,029
42-571-70-2857,93858,036
5-16711-66-2857,94958,043
6--4410-60-2857,95958,047
7--779-58-2857,96858,054
8--227-53-2857,97558,056
9--886-55-2857,98158,064
1011794-60-2857,98558,073
11--18185-73-2857,99058,091 [375]
12--111112-72-2858,00258,102
13--12126-78-2858,00858,114
14--2211-69-2858,01958,116
15--3310-62-2858,02958,119
16--554-63-2858,03358,124
17--666-63-2858,03958,130
18--557-61-2858,04658,135
19--446-5912858,05258,139
20--446-5712858,05858,143
21--556-5612858,06458,148 [376]
22--12123-6512858,06758,160
23--554-6612858,07158,165
24--18188-7612858,07958,183
25--7712-7112858,09158,190
26-14513-6312858,10458,195
27--447-6012858,11158,199
28-1568157-2958,11958,205
29-1785-60-2958,12458,213
30-14510-55-2958,13458,218

December

DayNew casesNew recoveriesActive casesIn ICUTotal deathsTotal recoveredTotal casesRef.
Dorm ResidentsCommunityImportedTotal
111810560-2958,13958,228 [388]
2--22557-2958,14458,230
31-89165-2958,14558,239
4--33761-2958,15258,242
5-11213668-2958,15858,255
6--55271-2958,16058,260
7--1313876-2958,16858,273
8--1212880-2958,17658,285
9--66680-2958,18258,291
10--66680-2958,18858,297
111-78484-2958,19258,305 [389]
12--88587-2958,19758,313
13--771183-2958,20858,320
14--55286-2958,21058,325
151-15162379-2958,23358,341
16--1212586-2958,23858,353
17--24241496-2958,25258,377
18--991392-2958,26558,386
19--17179100-2958,27458,403
20--19195114-2958,27958,422
21-19108116-2958,28758,432
22--292917128-2958,30458,461 [390]
23--212118131-2958,32258,482
24--131310134-2958,33258,495
25--141420128-2958,35258,509
26--101010128-2958,36258,519
27--558125-2958,37058,524
28-14516114-2958,38658,529
29--131314113-2958,40058,542
30-1262711129-2958,41158,569
31-525303812112958,44958,599

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The following is a timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore in 2022.

Zero-COVID COVID elimination strategy

Zero-COVID, also known as COVID-Zero and "Find, Test, Trace, Isolate and Support" (FTTIS), is a public health policy that has been implemented by some countries during the COVID-19 pandemic. In contrast to the living with COVID-19 strategy, the zero-COVID strategy is a "control and maximum suppression" strategy. It involves using public health measures such as contact tracing, mass testing, border quarantine, lockdowns and mitigation software in order to stop community transmission of COVID-19 as soon as it is detected. The goal of the strategy is to get the area back to zero new infections and resume normal economic and social activities.

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