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UPDATE: 12 of 25 new COVID cases in Singapore imported, including 5 S'pore residents

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UPDATE: 12 of 25 new COVID cases in Singapore imported, including 5 S'pore residents

The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Monday (10 May) confirmed 25 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 61,403.

new cluster at Changi Airport. This brings the total number of cases linked to the cluster to 17.Amongst the local cases, eight had already been placed on quarantine earlier. The remaining 12 cases are imported.Tuesday marks the 16th consecutive day with local cases reported. "Amongst the new cases today, 13 are asymptomatic, and were detected from our proactive screening and surveillance, while 12 were symptomatic," said the MOH.

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The ministry noted that the number of new cases in the community has decreased from 63 in the week before to 40 in the past week. The number of unlinked cases in the community has increased from nine in the week before to 12 in the past week.3 unlinked community cases

One of them is a 27-year-old Malaysian man who works as a manufacturing operator at Siltronic Singapore. He had not gone to work after onset of symptoms.The man developed body aches on 6 May, and sought medical treatment at a general practitioner (GP) clinic on the same day, and was given two days’ medical leave.  headtopics.com

He developed a fever and cough on 8 May, and sought treatment at another GP clinic at night. He was tested for COVID-19 the next day, and his result came back positive on 10 May. His serology test result is negative, said the MOH.The other unlinked case is a 50-year-old permanent resident who works as an IT support staff at Kulicke & Soffa. He also works part-time as a barista at Starbucks at Plaza Singapura and a general worker at LBC Express at Lucky Plaza.

The man received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on 24 April and has not received his second dose, said the MOH.He developed a cough and shortness of breath on 6 May but did not seek medical treatment. On 8 May night, as his symptoms had persisted, he went to a GP clinic where he was tested for COVID-19 the next day. His test result came back positive on 10 May. His serology test result is negative, the ministry noted.

Story continuesThe third unlinked community case is a 42-year-old Malaysian man who works as an operating theatre technician at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital. He returned to Singapore on 10 January after a trip to Malaysia, and served his stay-home notice until 24 January. His test taken on 23 January was negative for COVID-19.

He developed a cough on 21 April but did not seek medical treatment. His cough worsened and on 10 May, he sought medical treatment at the hospital’s staff clinic, where he was tested for COVID-19. His test result came back positive on the same day.  headtopics.com

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"His Ct value was very high, which is indicative of a low viral load and his serology test result has come back positive. He could be shedding minute fragments of the virus RNA from a past infection which are no longer transmissible and infective to others," said the MOH. 

"However given that we are not able to definitively conclude when he had been infected, we will take all the necessary public health actions as a precautionary measure."Two linked to previous cases, not part of clustersOne is a 72 year-old Singaporean man who is a retiree. He is a family member and household contact of a 38-year-old Singaporean man who works as a

private hire car driver with Graband was confirmed to have COVID-19 on 8 May.The older man had received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on 23 February, and the second dose on 16 March.As he had been identified as a close contact of the Grab driver, he was placed on quarantine on 8 May. He developed a cough the next day but did not report his symptoms to the MOH, the ministry noted.

On 10 May, he was tested for COVID-19 during quarantine and his result came back positive the next day. His serology test result is pending, said the MOH.The other case is a 48-year-old Singaporean woman who works as a relief school library assistant, but had not gone to work after onset of symptoms. She is the wife of a 47-year-old Singaporean man who works as headtopics.com

a landscaper at NParksand was confirmed to have COVID-19 on 8 May.As she had been identified as a close contact of her husband, she was placed on quarantine on 8 May, and was tested for COVID-19 on 10 May. On the same day, she developed a fever, cough and body aches. Her test result came back positive the next day. Her serology test result is pending, said the MOH.

This content is not available due to your privacy preferences.Changi Airport cluster: 7 new cases + 1 previous case linked, 18 in totalThe "Case 62873" cluster is named after an88-year-old Singaporean manwho is employed by Ramky Cleantech Services as a cleaner deployed at Changi Airport Terminal 3. The fully-vaccinated man was confirmed to have COVID-19 on 5 May.

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The cluster was announced by the MOH on Sunday while four cases in the cluster were also confirmed on the same day, of whom two tested preliminarily positive for the Indian variant, or B1617.Singapore now has 11 active COVID-19 clusters, the largest being the Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) cluster which has

.T3 cleaner (fully vaccinated, prelim. positive for Indian variant)He is a 63-year-old Singaporean man who is employed by Ramky Cleantech Services as a cleaner at Changi Airport Terminal 3.The man had received his first dose of COVID-19 vaccine on 25 January, and the second dose on 15 February. He has also tested preliminarily positive for the Indian variant – or B1617 – and is pending further confirmatory tests.

The man developed a cough and flu-like symptoms on 7 May night but did not seek medical treatment. He was tested for COVID-19 on 9 May as part of proactive testing of staff working at Changi Airport Terminal 3, but did not report his symptoms when contacted by the MOH, said the ministry.

On 10 May, his test result came back positive for COVID-19. His earlier tests under the rostered routine testing regime – the last being on 13 April – were all negative for COVID-19. His serology test result is positive, said the MOH.Changi General Hospital housekeeper (fully vaccinated, prelim. positive for Indian variant)

She is a 43-year-old female China national who is employed by EM Services and deployed as a housekeeper at Changi General Hospital.The woman received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on 20 January, and the second dose on 10 February. She has also tested preliminarily positive for the Indian variant – or B1617 – and is pending further confirmatory tests.

The woman is a household contact of a 51-year-old female work permit holder who is employed by Ramky Cleantech Services as a cleaner deployed at Changi Airport Terminal 3. The older woman was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 8 May.As the hospital housekeeper had been identified as a close contact of the older woman, she was placed on quarantine on 8 May. She developed a cough the next day, and reported her symptom to the MOH. 

She was tested for COVID-19 and her result came back positive on 10 May. Her serology test result is positive, said the MOH.Robinson77 cleaner (prelim. positive for Indian variant)She is a 46-year-old female China national who is employed by Ramky Cleantech Services as a cleaner at Robinson 77. She is a household contact of the 51-year-old woman

She has tested preliminarily positive for the Indian variant – or B1617 – and is pending further confirmatory tests.As she had been identified as a close contact of the older woman, she was placed on quarantine on 8 May. She developed a fever the next day, and reported her symptom to the MOH that night. 

She was tested for COVID-19 on 10 May and her result came back positive on the same day. Her serology test result is pending, said the MOH.T3 premises maintenance officer (fully vaccinated, prelim. positive for Indian variant)He is a 40-year-old Malaysian man who is employed by Ramky Cleantech Services as a premises maintenance officer at Changi Airport Terminal 3. 

The man received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on 22 January, and the second dose on 15 February. He has also tested preliminarily positive for the Indian variant – or B1617 – and is pending further confirmatory tests.He is a close contact of a 63-year-old colleague who is a cleaner and was confirmed to have COVID-19 on 9 May.

The younger man developed fatigue on 8 May, and a cough on 9 May but did not seek medical treatment. As he had been identified as a close contact of his colleague, he was placed on quarantine on 9 May and reported his symptoms to the MOH.He was tested for COVID-19 on the same day and his result came back positive on 10 May. His serology test result is pending, said the MOH.

M171 Gourmet Street Coffeeshop employeeShe is a 55-year-old female Singaporean who works at M171 Gourmet Street Coffeeshop. She is the wife of a 57-year-old Singaporean man who works as an aviation officer at Changi Airport Terminal 1 and 3. He was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 7 May.

As she had been identified as a close contact of her husband, she was placed on quarantine on 7 May, and was tested for COVID-19 on 9 May during quarantine. Her test result came back positive the next day. Her serology test result is negative, said the MOH.

T3 Kopitiam, Happy Hawkers cleanerHe is a 56-year-old Malaysian man who is a cleaner at Kopitiam at Changi Airport Terminal 3, and Happy Hawkers at 267 Compassvale Link.The man developed a cough and sore throat on 9 May and sought medical treatment after work at Changi General Hospital, where he was tested for COVID-19. His result came back positive the next day. His serology test result is negative, said the MOH.

SBY Frozen Food Supply admin staffShe is a 33-year-old Singaporean woman who works as an administrative staff at SBY Frozen Food Supply but has been working from home for the past few months. She is a family member and household contact of a 59-year-old Singaporean man who is employed by Certis Cisco as an aviation security officer at Changi Airport Terminal 3. He was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 10 May.

The woman developed a runny nose on 9 May, and reported her symptom when she was contacted by the MOH as she had been identified as a close contact of the man. She was tested for COVID-19 on 9 May during quarantine, and her test result came back positive the next day. Her serology test result is negative, said the MOH.

Victoria Junior College student (previously reported case)The MOH said that their epidemiological investigations have found that a18-year-old Singaporean woman, who is a VJC student and confirmed to have COVID-19 on 7 May,is linked to the cluster at Changi Airport. 

"She had been at Raffles Medical at Changi Airport Terminal 3 on 23 April, 30 April and 3 May. She also visited Kopitiam located at Changi Airport Terminal 3 Basement 2 on 3 May," added the ministry. Two cases from the cluster had also visited the same foodcourt on 3 May, based on investigations, said the MOH. "She was likely to have been infected while she was at Changi Airport Terminal 3 on 3 May," it added.

With the addition of the student to the cluster, it now has 18 cases linked to it.MT ALLI bunker tank cluster: 1 new case, 7 in totalThe "Case 62113" cluster is named after a 39-year-old Indonesian man who is a sea crew on board the bunker tanker and was confirmed to have COVID-19 on 16 April. 

The cluster is made of the Indonesian man and six of his contacts onboard the vessel.Among the seven cases in the cluster, four, including the Indonesian man, were confirmed by authorities to be infected with the South African variant –or B1351 – on 4 May

.The latest case to be added to the cluster on Tuesday is a 54-year-old Indonesian man who is a sea crew member working on board the bunker tanker. The man had not disembarked from the vessel, except to be conveyed to a dedicated quarantine facility, said the MOH.

As he had been identified as a close contact of his younger colleague he was placed on quarantine on 25 April. He was tested during quarantine on 9 May and his result came back positive for COVID-19. His serology test is negative, said the MOH.This content is not available due to your privacy preferences.

Update your settings here to see it.12 imported cases, including 5 S'pore residentsAmong the 12 imported cases, three are Singaporeans and two are PRs who returned from India, Malaysia and the UK. A 58-year-old Singaporean man who returned from India is the sole imported case who is symptomatic. 

Another is a dependant's pass holder who arrived from Indonesia. Three others are work pass holders who arrived from Indonesia, the Philippines and Sri Lanka.One case is a work permit holder who arrived from India.The remaining two cases are short-term visit pass holders, of whom one arrived from Japan for a work project in Singapore while the other arrived from Indonesia to visit her family member who is a PR.

All 12 imported cases were placed on the stay-home notice upon their arrival in Singapore and were tested while serving their notice. "The arrivals from the Indian sub-continent had already come into Singapore before the restrictions on travel were imposed," said the MOH.

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