CPF Bishan branch closed for cleaning following confirmed COVID-19 case

Staff Writer, Singapore
·Editorial Team
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(Yahoo News Singapore file photo)
(Yahoo News Singapore file photo)

SINGAPORE — A Central Provident Fund (CPF) member who visited the CPF Bishan service centre at around noon on 23 March has tested positive for COVID-19.

Consequently, the service centre is closed for thorough disinfection and will reopen on Wednesday (1 April), the CPF said in a statement.

Members with appointments on Monday and Tuesday at the service centre will be contacted by the CPF to reschedule their appointments to a later date, it added.

Since the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak in Singapore, the CPF said it has stepped up cleaning of all its service centres.

CPF members are encouraged to use the digital services via cpf.gov.sg or myCPF app. The CPF hotline 1800-2271188 and service centres at Maxwell, Jurong, Woodlands and Tampines remain in operation.

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