Members of ดาวน์โหลดslotxo the public who visited NTUC Foodfare at 308 Anchorvale Road from May 13 to May 30 are encouraged to take a COVID-19 swab test after a cluster of cases were detected at the coffee shop.
"Our epidemiological investigations have found that there is likely ongoing transmission at the coffee shop," said the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Sunday (May 30).
The Foodfare outlet at Anchorvale has been closed to the public for two weeks from Sunday to break any potential chain of transmission and enable deep cleaning, said MOH. It will reopen on Jun 13.
The free swab test is intended to “pre-emptively mitigate any potential risk of wider, undetected community transmission”, said the MOH.
In a Facebook post on Sunday, Foodfare said that its staff would undergo COVID-19 tests during the closure of the Anchorvale outlet.
The company apologised for any inconvenience caused and said that it was "sparing no effort" to protect customers and staff.