Covid-19: Sengkang General Hospital nurse likely infected by B1617 virus variant; airport cluster grows to 26 cases

Covid-19: Sengkang General Hospital nurse likely infected by B1617 virus variant; airport cluster grows to 26 cases

12/5/2021 8:45:00 PM

Covid-19: Sengkang General Hospital nurse likely infected by B1617 virus variant; airport cluster grows to 26 cases

SINGAPORE — An operating theatre nurse who works at Sengkang General Hospital is the sole community case reported on Wednesday (May 12) that has no known source of infection yet. Nine other community cases were linked to confirmed cases reported previously.

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