Mınıstry Of Health, Covıd-19, Coronavırus

Mınıstry Of Health, Covıd-19

51-year-old Chinese national dies from Covid-19 complications; no new community cases

51-year-old Chinese national dies from Covid-19 complications; no new community cases

1/6/2020 6:07:00 PM

51-year-old Chinese national dies from Covid-19 complications; no new community cases

He is the youngest patient to have died from the coronavirus in Singapore.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

He is the youngest patient to have died from the coronavirus in Singapore.The man was diagnosed with lymphoma complicated by multi-organ failure while he had been warded in the intensive care unit at the end of April. Despite being treated for lymphoma, his condition had deteriorated and he subsequently died, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Monday.

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He was confirmed to have Covid-19 on May 1 and the National University Hospital has reached out to his family and is extending assistance to them.This brings the death toll for complications due to Covid-19 in Singapore to 24. Nine who tested positive for the virus have died from other causes.

There were no new community Covid-19 cases announced on Monday, with foreign workers living in dormitories making up all 408 of the new cases, as Singapore exits the circuit breaker period.This is the first time since Feb 23 when no new community cases were announced, which was also the last time when no new Covid-19 cases were reported.

Community cases comprise Singaporeans, permanent residents and work pass holders not living in dorms.This is also the second time in the past week when there were no new Singaporean or permanent residents among the new cases. Last Thursday (May 28), one work pass holder from China was the only community case.

MOH also announced three new clusters on Monday. They are all dormitories and located at HSJV Dormitory at 33A Tanah Merah Coast Road, 10 Tuas South Street 12, and 109 Tuas View Walk 1.The daily average of new community cases has decreased to three in the past week from seven cases two weeks ago.

Across the same periods, the number of unlinked cases has remained stable at an average of two per day.MOH also said 767 more patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recovered patients to 22,457. Currently, 344 confirmed cases are still in hospital with seven of them in critical condition under intensive care.

Another 12,458 are isolated and cared for at community facilities, which are for those with mild symptoms or who are clinically well but still tested positive for Covid-19. Read more: The Straits Times »

Sad news. What was he doing here ? May he rest in peace.

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51-year-old Chinese national is S’pore’s 24th Covid-19 death; 3 new clusters identified

Male Chinese national, 51, dies from COVID-19 infection; 24th fatality in SingaporeA 51-year-old male Chinese national has died from COVID-19 infection, bringing the death toll in Singapore from the coronavirus to 24. How many chinese workers hve been infected by coronavirus so far? Were they fm returning workers after cny in February 2020 before spread / circuitbreakersg phase? So far we hve only seen data on infected foreign workers fm. India + Bangladesh? Singapore helps to undestd

518 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore, including 3 community cases involving Singaporeans and PRsThe new cases take Singapore's total to 34.884.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Covid-19: 5 new community cases, another 501 linked to foreign workers’ dormitories