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Novel Coronavirus in China

25 January 2020

  The Singapore Embassy in Beijing and our Consulates General in China are closely monitoring the novel coronavirus situation in China. There are 35 Singaporeans currently in Wuhan city who have either e-registered or contacted us. They have reported that they are well. We wish to advise all Singaporeans who are currently in China to e-register with MFA so that we can provide timely information and render consular assistance if necessary.

 

Singaporeans  are advised to regularly check MOH’s website (www.moh.gov.sg) for the latest updates on our Public Health Travel Advisory on the novel coronavirus in China. Singaporeans are also advised to check the PRC National Health Commission (www.nhc.gov.cn) and the World Health Organisation (www.who.int) websites for updates on the coronavirus situation in China.

 

  Singaporeans should avoid all travel to Hubei province.

 

Singaporeans who need consular assistance may contact the Singapore Embassy in Beijing, our Consulates-General in China, or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Duty Office at:

 

 

Singapore Embassy in Beijing

Tel: +86-(10) 65321115 / +86 1391 0755 251

Email: singemb_bej@mfa.sg

 

Singapore Consulate-General in Chengdu

Tel: +86-(28) 86527222  / +86 1390 8073 562

Email: singcg_cgu@mfa.sg

 

Singapore Consulate-General in Guangzhou

Tel: +86-(20) 38912345 / +86 1392 2296 253

Email: singcg_gzu@mfa.sg

 

Singapore Consulate-General in Shanghai

Tel: +86-(21)  62785566/ +86 1380 1949 439

Email: singcg_sha@mfa.sg

 

Singapore Consulate-General in Xiamen

Tel: +86 592-268 4691/ +86 1390 6029 002

Email: singcg_xmn@mfa.sg

 

Singapore Consulate-General in Hong Kong

Tel: +852 2527 2212/+852-9466-1251

Email: singcg_hkg@mfa.sg

 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Duty Office (24-hours)

Tel: +65 6379 8800/8855

Email: mfa_duty_officer@mfa.gov.sg

 

 

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MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

SINGAPORE

25 JANUARY 2020

 

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