Covid-19: Singapore reports fourth death, a 68-year-old Indonesian work pass holder

Covid-19: Singapore reports fourth death, a 68-year-old Indonesian work pass holder

2/4/2020 4:31:00 AM

Covid-19: Singapore reports fourth death, a 68-year-old Indonesian work pass holder

SINGAPORE — A fourth patient has died from Covid-19 in Singapore, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) in a media release on Thursday (April 2).

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Wow..! This 68yrs old must have a very specific skill that no Singaporeans of any age have to the extend he’s granted a work pass..... 68yrs old work pass holder ?

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