Gan Kim Yong

Singapore’s Wuhan virus spread has now worsened in the local community with 7 new cases being confirmed locally infected yesterday (Feb 8). The worst part is they had sought treatment, only to be dismissed by the doctors as “healthy”.

The 7 cases include two taxi drivers who worked while they were coughing, and they have all been to all over Singapore including a shopping centre in the city, Plaza Singapura, polyclinics, supermarkets, coffeeshops and a church. One of the infected attended a church’s mass service, The Life Church and Mission Singapore in Paya Lebar, and the place had to be closed for disinfection.

The 7 cases include two taxi drivers, and they have all been to all over Singapore including a shopping centre in the city, Plaza Singapura, polyclinics. One of the infected attended a church’s mass service, The Life Church and Mission Singapore in Paya Lebar, and the place had to be closed for disinfection.

1. Case 34: A 40-year-old female Singaporean who first visited a GP clinic twice on Jan 27 and Feb 1. The government only admitted her in Feb 6.

2. Case 35: A 64-year-old male Singaporean, visited the Bukit Merah Polyclinic, but the government clinic refused to label him as a suspect case on Jan 31. The taxi driver’s conditions worsened and he was subsequently admitted into hospital a week later on Feb 6.

3. Case 36: A 38-year-old female foreigner on PR, visited a GP clinic on Feb 1, and only admitted into hospital on Feb 4.

4. Case 37: A 53-year-old male Singaporean, visited two GP clinics on Feb 1 and Feb 3. He is only admitted into hospital on Feb 6.

5. Case 38: A 52-year-old female Singaporean, visited Choa Chu Kang polyclinic on Feb 4 and admitted to hospital on Feb 7.

6. Case 39: A 51-year-old male Singaporean, visited two GP clinics on Feb 3 and Feb 5, and admitted to hospital on Feb 6.

7. Case 40: A 36-year-old male Singaporean, visited the GP clinic on Jan 30 and admitted to hospital only on Feb 7.