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New Covid-19 cluster in S'pore, community cases up from 4 to 18 in past week
The number of unlinked cases in the community has also increased.
The number of unlinked cases in the community has also increased.ST PHOTO: GIN TAY

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SINGAPORE - The number of new cases in the community has increased from four in the week before to 18 cases in the past week, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) in a statement on Wednesday night (Jan 20).

The number of unlinked cases in the community has also increased from two cases in the week before to six cases in the past week.

A third new local coronavirus cluster has been reported after three of the four community cases on Wednesday were linked to a previous case.


There were also 36 imported cases for a total of 40 new cases on Wednesday - bringing Singapore's total to 59,197.

The three cases were linked to case 59429, a 39-year-old permanent resident who works in sales at BS Industrial and Construction Supply. He tested positive for the virus earlier this week on Jan 18.

All of them are his co-workers, and MOH says that investigations are ongoing to assess if there was a breach of safe management measures at their workplace.


"The Government takes a serious view of any breach and will take actions should there be non-compliance," it said in the statement.

Two of the three did not seek medical attention after developing symptoms.

The first linked case is a 27-year-old Malaysian work pass holder who works in sales at BS Industrial and Construction Supply. He developed a sore throat on Jan 14 but did not seek medical treatment and continued to go to work. He was contacted by MOH on Jan 18 after being identified as a close contact of the original case, and subsequently tested positive for the coronavirus infection on Jan 19.

The second case is a 29-year-old Malaysian national who is also a work pass holder and works in sales at the same company.


She developed a sore throat and difficulties in breathing on Jan 16 but continued to go to work and interact with the community, said MOH.

She also tested positive for after being identified as a close contact of the original case.

The final linked case is a 28-year-old Malaysian who is also a work pass holder, employed in finance in the same company. She developed a cough on Jan 19 on the day she was placed in quarantine, and subsequently tested positive for the virus.

MOH emphasised the need for early medical treatment in stopping the spread of infection.

"Those who are unwell, including those showing early or mild symptoms, should be socially responsible and seek medical attention immediately and stay at home to prevent the spread of illness to others," it said in the statement.


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17 new locations visited by Covid-19 cases, new cluster at Kallang Place

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The Ministry of Health (MOH) reported 40 new cases of Covid-19 on Wednesday, Jan. 20.

This brings the total number of cases in Singapore to 59,197.

There are four locally-transmitted cases and 36 imported cases of Covid-19 infection.

Four community cases

There are four cases in the community, of whom one is currently unlinked and three are linked to previous cases.

Case 59455

Case 59455 is a 27 year-old male Malaysian national who is a Work Pass holder.

He works as a sales personnel at BS Industrial & Construction Supply Pte Ltd (34 Kallang Place). He is a co-worker of Case 594291.

He developed a sore throat on Jan. 14, and loss of smell and taste on Jan. 18 but did not seek medical treatment and continued to go to work.

As he had been identified as a close contact of Case 59429, he was contacted by MOH on Jan. 18 and conveyed to Tan Tock Seng Hospital when he reported these symptoms.

He was tested at the hospital, and his test result came back positive for Covid-19 infection the next day. His serology test result has come back negative, indicating that this is likely a current infection.

Case 59456

Case 59456 is a 29 year-old female Malaysian national who is a Work Pass holder, and works at BS Industrial & Construction Supply Pte Ltd as a sales personnel.

She is a co-worker of Case 59429. She developed a sore throat and difficulty in breathing on Jan. 16 but did not seek medical treatment and continued to go to work and interact in the community.

On Jan. 18, as she had been identified as a close contact of Case 59429, and she was contacted by MOH. She was conveyed to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) and tested for Covid-19 when she reported these symptoms.

Her test result came back positive for Covid-19 the next day. Her serology test result has also come back negative, indicating that this is likely a current infection.

MOH said it strongly urged everyone to do their part to reduce the risk of transmission. Those who are unwell, including those showing early/ mild symptoms, should be socially responsible and seek medical attention immediately and stay at home to prevent the spread of illness to others.

Case 59474

Case 59474 is a 28 year-old female Malaysian national who is a Work Pass holder. She works as a finance personnel at BS Industrial & Construction Supply Pte Ltd.

She developed a cough on Jan. 19. On the same day, she was placed on quarantine as a close contact of Case 59429, and was conveyed to Tan Tock Seng Hospital when she reported her symptom.

She subsequently tested positive for Covid-19 infection, and was warded at NCID on the same day. Her serology test result has also come back negative, indicating that this is likely a current infection.

Investigations are ongoing to assess if there had been any breach of the relevant prevailing safe management measures at their workplace.

The government takes a serious view of any breach and will take actions should there be non-compliance.

Case 59473

Case 59473 is a 46 year-old male Indian national who is a Work Pass holder, and works as a software engineer at APAR Technologies Pte Ltd (4 Shenton Way).

He had travelled to India between Mar. 9 and Oct. 29, 2020, and the UAE between Oct. 29 and Nov. 13. He served SHN at a dedicated facility upon his return to Singapore until Nov. 27, and his swab done on Nov. 23 during SHN was negative for Covid-19.

He is asymptomatic, and was detected when he took a Covid-19 pre-departure test on Jan. 19 in preparation for a trip back to India.

His result came back positive for Covid-19 infection the next day and he was conveyed to NCID. His Ct value is very high, which is indicative of a low viral load, and his serology test result has come back positive. These indicate a likely past infection.

Epidemiological investigations are ongoing.

36 imported cases

There are 36 imported cases, all of whom had been placed on Stay-Home Notice (SHN) or isolated upon arrival in Singapore.

Here's a breakdown of the cases:

One (Case 59459) is a Singaporean and one (Case 59458) is a Singapore Permanent Resident who returned from Canada and India respectively.
One (Case 59469) is a Dependant’s Pass holder who arrived from India.
One (Case 59439) is a Long-Term Visit Pass holder who arrived from India.
Four (Cases 59434, 59443, 59466 and 59467) are Student’s Pass holders who arrived from India, Indonesia, the UAE and Slovak Republic.
Four (Cases 59436, 59437, 59438 and 59463) are Work Pass holders who arrived from India and Ireland.
20 are Work Permit holders who arrived from Bangladesh, India, Indonesia and Myanmar, of whom 7 (Cases 59447, 59451, 59452, 59453, 59454, 59462 and 59464) are foreign domestic workers.
Four (Cases 59446, 59470, 59471 and 59472) are Short-Term Visit Pass holders. Cases 59471 and 59472 arrived from India to visit their Singaporean relatives, and Cases 59446 and 59470 arrived from Myanmar and the US for work assignments in Singapore.
They had all already been placed on SHN upon arrival in Singapore and were tested while serving SHN.

32 more cases discharged

32 more cases of Covid-19 infection have been discharged from hospitals or community isolation facilities.

In all, 58,926 have fully recovered from the infection and have been discharged from hospitals or community care facilities.

There are currently 45 confirmed cases who are still in hospital.

Of these, most are stable or improving, and none are in the intensive care unit.

197 are isolated and cared for in community facilities.

29 have passed away from complications due to Covid-19 infection.

17 new locations

MOH regularly updates a list of public places visited by confirmed Covid-19 cases for more than 30 minutes when they were infectious.

17 new locations were added to the list on Jan. 19, including

Shah Maharani North Indian Restaurant at Raffles City Shopping Centre on Jan. 6,
Anjappar at Westgate on Jan. 10,
S111 Eating House (26A Kallang Place) on Jan. 14,
Frienzie Bar & Bistro (10 Tebing Lane) on Jan. 14,
Dong Bei Cuisine (83 Geylang Road) on Jan. 15,
Anytime Fitness Kovan at Jforte Sportainment Centre (50 Hougang Avenue 1) on Jan. 16,
Al Falah Barakah Restaurant (363 Joo Chiat Road) on Jan. 16,
Brewerkz at Riverside Point (30 Merchant Road) on Jan. 16,
Good Cheer Pub (8 Maju Avenue) on Jan. 16,
Canopy (1382 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1) on Jan. 17,
National Museum of Singapore on Jan. 17,
Angel & Devil (22 Keong Saik Road) on Jan. 17,
SUN Beauty House (3 New Bugis Street) on Jan. 17,
Puteca Abate at The Working Capitol (1 Keong Saik Road) on Jan. 17,
Upper Boon Keng Market & Food Centre (17 Boon Keng Road) on Jan. 18,
S111 Eating House (26A Kallang Place) on Jan. 18,
Prata Wala at Jurong Point on Jan. 19.
Here is the full list of locations:


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Four community cases

There are four cases in the community, of whom one is currently unlinked and three are linked to previous cases.

Case 59455

Case 59455 is a 27 year-old male Malaysian national who is a Work Pass holder.

He works as a sales personnel at BS Industrial & Construction Supply Pte Ltd (34 Kallang Place). He is a co-worker of Case 594291.

He developed a sore throat on Jan. 14, and loss of smell and taste on Jan. 18 but did not seek medical treatment and continued to go to work.

As he had been identified as a close contact of Case 59429, he was contacted by MOH on Jan. 18 and conveyed to Tan Tock Seng Hospital when he reported these symptoms.

He was tested at the hospital, and his test result came back positive for Covid-19 infection the next day. His serology test result has come back negative, indicating that this is likely a current infection.

Case 59456

Case 59456 is a 29 year-old female Malaysian national who is a Work Pass holder, and works at BS Industrial & Construction Supply Pte Ltd as a sales personnel.

She is a co-worker of Case 59429. She developed a sore throat and difficulty in breathing on Jan. 16 but did not seek medical treatment and continued to go to work and interact in the community.

On Jan. 18, as she had been identified as a close contact of Case 59429, and she was contacted by MOH. She was conveyed to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) and tested for Covid-19 when she reported these symptoms.

Her test result came back positive for Covid-19 the next day. Her serology test result has also come back negative, indicating that this is likely a current infection.

MOH said it strongly urged everyone to do their part to reduce the risk of transmission. Those who are unwell, including those showing early/ mild symptoms, should be socially responsible and seek medical attention immediately and stay at home to prevent the spread of illness to others.

Case 59474

Case 59474 is a 28 year-old female Malaysian national who is a Work Pass holder. She works as a finance personnel at BS Industrial & Construction Supply Pte Ltd.

She developed a cough on Jan. 19. On the same day, she was placed on quarantine as a close contact of Case 59429, and was conveyed to Tan Tock Seng Hospital when she reported her symptom.

She subsequently tested positive for Covid-19 infection, and was warded at NCID on the same day. Her serology test result has also come back negative, indicating that this is likely a current infection.

Investigations are ongoing to assess if there had been any breach of the relevant prevailing safe management measures at their workplace.

The government takes a serious view of any breach and will take actions should there be non-compliance.

Case 59473

Case 59473 is a 46 year-old male Indian national who is a Work Pass holder, and works as a software engineer at APAR Technologies Pte Ltd (4 Shenton Way).

He had travelled to India between Mar. 9 and Oct. 29, 2020, and the UAE between Oct. 29 and Nov. 13. He served SHN at a dedicated facility upon his return to Singapore until Nov. 27, and his swab done on Nov. 23 during SHN was negative for Covid-19.

He is asymptomatic, and was detected when he took a Covid-19 pre-departure test on Jan. 19 in preparation for a trip back to India.

His result came back positive for Covid-19 infection the next day and he was conveyed to NCID. His Ct value is very high, which is indicative of a low viral load, and his serology test result has come back positive. These indicate a likely past infection.

Epidemiological investigations are ongoing.


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BS cluster so far so all Malaysians workers?

This message was edited by LONGSTER on 20-Jan-2021 at 11:48 PM


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Case 59429
Case 59429 is a 39 year-old male Singapore Permanent Resident who works as a sales personnel at BS Industrial & Construction Supply Pte Ltd (34 Kallang Place).

He developed a fever on 16 January, and sought medical treatment at a polyclinic on 18 January, where he was tested for COVID-19 as part of our enhanced community testing to test all individuals aged 13 and above who are diagnosed with acute respiratory infection at first presentation to a doctor.

His test result came back positive for COVID-19 infection on the same day, and he was conveyed to NCID in an ambulance. His serological test result has come back negative, indicating that this is likely a current infection.

Epidemiological investigations are ongoing. In the meantime, all the identified close contacts of the cases, including their family and household members, as well as co-workers, have been isolated and placed on quarantine, and will be tested at the start and end of their quarantine period so that we can detect asymptomatic cases. We will also conduct serological tests for the close contacts to determine if the case could have been infected by them.


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quote originally posted by LONGSTER:
BS cluster so far so all Malaysians workers?

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Seems to it

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quote originally posted by LONGSTER:
BS cluster so far so all Malaysians workers?

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Now I know why Malaysia covid 19 gone out of control 


 


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why so many display symptoms don't wana seek treatment somemore admin and sales accounts one 


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quote originally posted by WinMoney:
Now I know why Malaysia covid 19 gone out of control 
 






Investigations are ongoing to assess if there had been any breach of the relevant prevailing safe management measures at their workplace.


hmmmm I see one jb Malaysia fruits durians fb live stream their workers never wear mask unpack durians one 


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专家忧:国人警觉性松懈 或重返解封第二阶段
来自 / 新明日报
文 / 潘靖颖, 魏宋淩, 吴依瑾摄影 / 曾宪隆发布 / 2021年1月21日 2:45 PM

加冷坊的工业与建筑设备供应公司BS Industrial & ConstructionSupply因为目前已有四人确诊,成为最新感染群。(吴依瑾摄)
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本地目前出现6个新感染群,当中多名确诊病例在出现症状时没求医,有者甚至还去上班,针对这个观察,国家传染病中心主任梁玉心表示,国人警觉心开始松懈。

病患出现症状不求医,针对这个情况,国家传染病中心主任梁玉心受访时认同这是基于国人警觉性降低。

“我们之所以呼吁公众及早寻求治疗是有不少原因的,其中是病毒可以在最初期就开始散播,即便生病的人只是一点不舒服。在这时期其实病毒是大量的散播,生病的人也可能有高度传播性。”


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国家传染病中心主任梁玉心,吁请公众及早求医,进行治疗,为自己好,也为身边的人。(曾宪隆摄)
梁玉心也说,其实社区许多的传播,以及最高风险的被传播群体是家人。“换言之,及早求医检测其实是在保护和你居住在同一屋檐下的至亲。及早求医也能协助对抗冠病,让医生进行紧密的病况监察,并适时使用药物。”

她以肺部为例解释紧密监察病况:“很多时候,病人可能不认为他们病得很重,但当医生检查时,他们情况其实不佳。就如氧气量,一个人可能不感觉气喘,但当进行详细的氧气观察时,对方的氧气量是很低的。”

因此,她吁请公众及早求医,进行治疗,是为自己好,也为身边的人。

专家:若感染群再增 或回到解封第二阶段

若感染群再增加,传染病专家认为有效控制散播的方式包括,回到解封第二阶段初期的防疫,以及在必要时进行检测。

伊丽莎白诺维娜医院传染病专科医生梁浩楠告诉《新明日报》,若感染群的确诊者都同住,这样的感染群其实还是属于“安全的感染”。

“就如同个家族10人中,有8人确诊,但风险仍在于一名病毒散播者。要更好控制病例,可能须回到解封第二阶段初期的防疫。”

临床微生物学与传染病学亚太学会会长淡马亚教授则表示,要更好的控制病例,就须要确保在必要时进行检测。

“现在较多诊所能进行拭子检测,确实能协助须检测的人前去。接种疫苗也有可能影响深远。”

淡马亚教授也说,现在至关重要的是找出病例间的关联。我们有能力从病毒中发现两个看似无关联的病例其实是有关联的。除非有证据显示,病例是因为更高人数的8人聚集而散播,我们不该随便恢复之前的安全措施,而是应该继续追踪病例。”

完整报道,请翻阅2021年1月21日的《新明日报》。


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