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7 Malaysians Identified Among 942 New Covid-19 Cases In Singapore

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As the tally of Covid-19 infection cases reported in Singapore surge to 5,992, the 942 new cases yesterday shows seven Malaysians identified as those infected by the coronavirus.

According to The Star, in the latest daily data released by the island nation’s Health Ministry, two of the seven were linked to two affected foreign workers’ dormitories of Tuas View Dormitory and Sungei Tengah Lodge.

Three of them are still classified as local unlinked cases while one is linked to a new cluster of TTJ Design & Engineering Pte Ltd and another Malaysian is linked to Case 4,547, a 29-year old Malaysian.

One Malaysian, case 4,754, died on Saturday due to acute myocardial infarction with cardiogenic shock and was confirmed to have Covid-19 infection on April 17.

In the 942 new cases reported yesterday, the Health Ministry outlined that 22 cases are in the community; 27 were work permit holders who reside outside dormitories while 893 are work permit holders who are dorm residents.

Currently, Singapore has discharged 740 cases, with 2,563 in hospitals stabilizing or improving and 23 in critical condition.

A total of 2,678 cases who are clinically well but positive for Covid-19 are currently isolated and cared for at community facilities.

Also read: Just In: Singapore Reports 942 New Covid-19 Cases Today, Highest Spike Yet

Source: The Star
Source: Malay Mail

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