PAP members

Karma has bitten a PAP voter with him being infected by the coronavirus after he refused to wear a mask on government advice. At least 15 PAP CCs and RCs have been suspended for 14 days after the staunch PAP fanatic continued political activities while exhibiting symptoms. According to government directives, PAP members are advised not to wear a mask while carrying out public activities to avoid panic.

Singapore saw a surge in confirmed cases again yesterday (Mar 7) at 8 new cases, after 13 was reported a day earlier. One of them is a PAP member who regularly participates in political activities at the Prime Minister’s Ang Mo Kio GRC. Dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong posted on his Facebook:

“One of the Covid-19 cases announced this evening regularly took part in group activities at Teck Ghee Residents’ Committee Zone.”

Activities at numerous PAP-owned community clubs and residents’ committee centres have also been suspended for 14 days:

PAP Community Clubs (CC) Centres
• Bukit Batok Community Club
• Bukit Panjang Community Club
• Chua Chu Kang Community Club
• Jurong Green Community Club
• Keat Hong Community Club
• Nanyang Community Club
• Zhenghua Community Club

PAP Residents’ Committee (RC) Centres
• Ayer Rajah Zone 3 Residents’ Committee
• Bukit Panjang Zone 4 Residents’ Committee
• Bukit Panjang Zone 6 Residents’ Committee
• Bukit Panjang Zone 7 Residents’ Committee
• Hong Kah North Zone 4 Residents’ Committee
• Nanyang Zone 4 Residents’ Committee
• Teck Ghee Zone J Residents’ Committee
• Yew Tee Zone 8 Residents’ Committee

Among the 8 new cases, two are imported – one from Italy and one from Germany. One was infected with no links to existing clusters, and no source of infection has been found for any of the existing 3 clusters in the new cases.

About the confirmed cases:

Case 131

9. Case 131 is a 66 year-old male Singapore Citizen who has no recent travel history to affected countries and regions. He is currently warded in an isolation room at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital (NTFGH). He is linked to the cluster involving the private dinner function at SAFRA Jurong.

10. He reported onset of symptoms on 2 March and had sought treatment at a general practitioner (GP) clinic on the same day and on 5 March. He presented at NTFGH on 5 March. Subsequent test results confirmed COVID-19 infection on 6 March afternoon.

11. Prior to hospital admission, he had gone to work as a delivery personnel at Liang Guan Hak Kee (8 Pandan Crescent), and had visited Ayer Rajah Zone 3 Residents’ Committee (32 Teban Gardens Road). He stays at Pandan Gardens.

Case 132

12. Case 132 is likely to be an imported case involving a 37 year-old female Singapore Permanent Resident who had been in London from 23 February to 27 February. She is warded in an isolation room at the National University Hospital (NUH).

13. She reported onset of symptoms on 29 February and had sought treatment at two GP clinics on 29 February, 4 March and 5 March. She presented at the emergency department at NUH on 5 March. Subsequent test results confirmed COVID-19 infection on 6 March afternoon.

14. Prior to hospital admission, she had visited Camden Medical Centre (1 Orchard Boulevard) for an unrelated condition. She stays at Tanglin Road.

Case 133

15. Case 133 is a 62 year-old female Indonesian national who is a Singapore Social Visit Pass holder, and who has no recent travel history to affected countries and regions. She is currently warded in an isolation room at NUH.

16. She reported onset of symptoms on 29 February and had sought treatment at a GP clinic on 1 March and at Pioneer Polyclinic on 4 March and 6 March. She was referred to the emergency department at NUH on 6 March. Subsequent test results confirmed COVID-19 infection on 6 March afternoon.

17. Prior to hospital admission, she had mostly stayed at her home at Jurong West Street 61.

Case 134

18. Case 134 is a 56 year-old female Singapore Citizen who has no recent travel history to affected countries and regions, but had been in Malaysia on 21 February. She is currently warded in an isolation room at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID). She is linked to the cluster involving the private dinner function at SAFRA Jurong.

19. She reported onset of symptoms on 28 February and had sought treatment at a GP clinic on 6 March, and was referred to NCID on the same day. Subsequent test results confirmed COVID-19 infection on 6 March afternoon.

20. Prior to hospital admission, she had visited various community clubs and residents’ committees. She stays at Jurong West Street 71.

Case 135

21. Case 135 is a 40 year-old male Singapore Citizen who has no recent travel history to affected countries and regions. He was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 6 March afternoon and is currently warded in an isolation room at Singapore General Hospital (SGH).

Case 136

22. Case 136 is likely to be an imported case involving a 36 year-old male Italian national Singapore Work Pass holder who had recently travelled to the US from 7 February to 22 February, and to Italy from 23 February to 29 February. He was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 6 March afternoon and is currently warded in an isolation room at NCID.

Case 137

23. Case 137 is a 60 year-old male Singapore Citizen who has no recent travel history to affected countries and regions. He was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 6 March afternoon and is currently warded in an isolation room at NCID. He is linked to the cluster involving the private dinner function at SAFRA Jurong.

Case 138

24. Case 138 is a 26 year-old male Singapore Citizen who has no recent travel history to affected countries and regions. He was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 6 March afternoon and is currently warded in an isolation room at NCID. He is a close contact of Case 66 and family member of Case 83, and is linked to the cluster at The Life Church and Missions Singapore.