Singaporeans on Wuhan flight

174 Singaporeans and their family members have landed in Singapore on a charter flight from Wuhan. The Ministry of Health refused to disclose how many were infected in the same flight:

“The returning passengers on Scoot flight TR5121 from Wuhan in Hubei province will undergo medical screening upon arrival at Changi Airport. Those with fever or respiratory symptoms will be taken to designated hospitals for further examination. The remaining passengers will be quarantined for 14 days.”

This is the second flight that evacuate Singaporeans from Wuhan, and 4 of the 92 Singaporeans in the first flight were found to be infected.

30,000 China nationals with work permits are also making their way back to Singapore.

As of yesterday (Feb 8), there were 40 confirmed cases. Two are dying, and 10 cases were locally infected. More than 562 were on quarantine, either at home or in government facilities, as of Monday (Feb 3). The government stop publishing the quarantine figures and it is now estimated at more than 1,200.

The Singapore government is running daily propaganda telling Singaporeans not to stock up on essential items like rice and toilet paper. The corrupted PAP dictatorship also refused to admit that there is a shortage on face mask.

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