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       Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease situation in Singapore

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  Doctors have also been reminded again to be vigilant whenever they come across suspected HFMD cases and to keep the Quarantine & Epidemiology Department, Ministry of the Environment (ENV) informed.

  The Ministry of Community Development and Sports and the Ministry of Education have also sent reminders to all pre-school centres to immediately notify the Quarantine and Epidemiology Department, ENV, should any of their children contract HFMD. They have also been reminded to isolate any child that is ill, and to immediately contact the child’s parents. 

  Parents are reminded not to send their children to school if they are not well but to seek medical attention and keep their children who are unwell to rest and recover at home. The Taskforce would like to reiterate that the overall situation remains stable and under control for the time being. There is no cause for alarm, bearing in mind that 126 cases reported for the whole of last week is still significantly below the level of 200 to 300 cases a day reported during the outbreak in Oct 00. The Taskforce will keep the public informed should there be any further developments.

Date of Issue : 10 JAN 01

Issued by : HFMD TASKFORCE

 

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