Advisory Note on Covid-19 Virus: Precautions and Steps Taken By Web Leads

Update as of 8th Feb 2020: Singapore raises DORSCON level to Orange

In the wake of the Wuhan Virus outbreak, Web Leads Digital Agency has taken steps to mitigate the spread of the virus here at our training center. 

Business will resume as usual. However, precautionary steps will be put in place with the support of both Web Leads Learners and Employees:


Since the official announcement of the new DORSCON status, Web Leads Digital Marketing Agency has stepped up on the precautionary measures and enforces stricter regulations in an effort to avoid disruptions, provide a safe and comfortable learning environment for learners and employees alike.

We infect regularly the surface areas learners come in contact frequently such as a table, markers, whiteboard at least twice in a day.

Clarifications On Misinformation by MOH

7 Feb 2020: There has been a message circulating of death in Singapore due to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. This is false. As of 2 pm, 7 Feb, there are no deaths due to the 2019-nCOV in Singapore.

7 Feb 2020: A fake screengrab of a CNA tweet was circulated widely on social media saying that all schools including polytechnics and universities are to close next Monday (10 Feb) due to the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak. This is untrue. The image, which is being circulated on messaging app WhatsApp, appears to have been a doctored screengrab of another tweet sent out by CNA. Click here for clarification from CNA.

MOH advises members of the public to not speculate and/or spread unfounded rumors. Click here for past clarifications.

Safety Measure For Trainer In-House

Declaration of Travel History

  1. All students have to make sure to sign in and make an honest declaration if they have visited Mainland China in the past 14 days.
  2. Students who have been to Mainland China in the past 14 days will be requested to go home and rest. We will reschedule the class for you to date later.

Temperature check

  1. All attendees including trainer will have their temperature inspected at the reception hall before the lesson.
    • Students with a fever will immediately be asked to return home to rest. Their seat will be rescheduled to a later date.
  2. Color-coded stickers will be issued to all attendees. You should paste the stickers at your dress or shirts at all times. If misplaced, the student should proceed to the front desk to obtain a replacement sticker.
    • Blue stickers will indicate that the student is generally well with no symptoms of flu (runny nose, stuffy nose, cough, etc)
    • Yellow stickers will indicate that the student should wear a surgical mask at all times. Attendees with yellow stickers will also need to have their temperature taken again after lunch.
  3. Before class starts, Trainer should inform attendees to check each other to ensure that everyone has a sticker on their shirts
  4. Emphasis should be placed that trainees may proceed to the registration counter at any time to have their temperature taken if they are feeling unwell.

Face Masks

  1. Attendees who are feeling unwell may proceed to the front desk to request for a surgical mask/N95 mask (depending on availability). The student will be issued a yellow sticker and will be required to don the mask during training.

Hand Sanitizer Dispenser

  1. All attendees are encouraged to regularly use the hand sanitizers located at the reception hall and pantry area, especially before eating.

Enhanced Rescheduling Policy

  1. To do our part to contain the outbreak, attendees are allowed to reschedule at any time if they are feeling unwell.

Update from the Ministry of Health

Recent travelers from Hubei province with higher risks have and will be quarantined by the government, as stated here on the website of the Ministry of Health (MOH):

Recent Travellers From Hubei already in Singapore:

1. As the Taskforce announced yesterday, the Ministry of Health (MOH) is contacting all recent travelers from Hubei province who are in Singapore. MOH estimates that about 2,000 such persons have arrived here in the last two weeks, of whom roughly 1,000 are on short-term visas.

2. MOH will assess who among this group is at higher risk and will place them under quarantine.

– Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and foreigners on long-term visas will be quarantined at home or other suitable facilities.

– Those on short-term visas will be housed at Government Quarantine Facilities.

Masks necessary only for those with respiratory symptoms, stress chief of Singapore’s infectious diseases center.

Wearing Masks Advisory

If you have been traveling for the past two weeks, seek medical help and attention if you feel unwell. You should also inform your doctors about your travel history.

Always monitor your health conditions and status closely.

It is strongly advised to wear a mask and call the clinic ahead of visit to inform if you have a fever or any respiratory symptoms like cough, shortness of breath.

Wearing of masks

Here are some of the steps to help you up when wearing your masks:


We can fight this together, stay strong, united, vigilant and stay safe.

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