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NParks landscaper who tested positive linked to Changi Airport cluster; visited Terminal 3 on two days

SINGAPORE: A landscaper working at NParks has been linked to the COVID-19 cluster at Changi Airport, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on ...

12/5/2021 7:57:00 PM

NParks landscaper who tested positive last week is linked to Changi Airport cluster; he had been at Terminal 3 and visited the same locations as 2 other COVID19 cases

SINGAPORE: A landscaper working at NParks has been linked to the COVID-19 cluster at Changi Airport , the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on ...

BookmarkSINGAPORE: A landscaper working at NParks has been linked to the COVID-19 cluster at Changi Airport, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Wednesday (May 12).Epidemiological investigations showed that Case 63005, an NParks landscaper who was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on May 8, had been at Changi Airport Terminal 3 on May 3 and May 4.

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AdvertisementAdvertisementHe had visited the same locations as Cases 62940 and 62942 - a cleaner and safety coordinator who work at Terminal 3 - during their infectious period."He was likely to have been infected while he was at Changi Airport Terminal 3," said MOH.

Seven new community cases reported on Wednesday were also linked to the cluster. Of these, three tested primarily positive for the B1617 variant that was first detected in India, said MOH.SEVEN NEW CASESAdvertisementAdvertisementThe first case, Case 63091, is a 24-year-old Singaporean man who is employed by Huawei Enterprise as an IT engineer. headtopics.com

He works at Changi Airport Terminal 4, but had been at Terminal 3 on Apr 28 and May 3. He had not gone to work after the onset of symptoms.He developed a fever on May 7, which subsided on the same day with self-medication, MOH said. However, his fever returned the following night and resolved with self-medication again.

On May 9, he sought medical help at a general practitioner clinic and was diagnosed with tonsillitis. He developed a fever later on the same day and sought treatment at another GP clinic that evening.AdvertisementREAD: Jewel Changi Airport, Terminals 1 and 3 to be closed to public as COVID-19 testing continues

He was tested for COVID-19 at the clinic and confirmed to be positive on May 11. His serology test result is pending.The second case, Case 63094, is a 39-year-old Singaporean who works as an Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officer at Changi Airport Terminal 3.

He is asymptomatic and was detected when he was tested on May 9 as part of rostered routine testing.His pooled test result came back positive for COVID-19 the next day, and he was taken to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) on May 10, where an individual test was done. He was confirmed to have COVID-19 the next day. headtopics.com

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His earlier tests from rostered routine testing – the last being on Apr 12 – were all negative for COVID-19 infection.His serology test result is negative for the N antigen, which suggests the presence of early infection.Case 63094 received his first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine on Jan 17, and the second dose on Feb 7. He has tested preliminarily positive for the B1617 variant, and is pending further confirmatory tests.

The third case, Case 63095, is a 38-year-old Singaporean woman who works as an ICA officer at Changi Airport Terminal 3.She was also detected when she was tested as part of rostered routine testing, on May 9.Her pooled test result came back positive for COVID-19 the next day and she was taken to NCID the following day, where an individual test was done.

Her test result came back positive for COVID-19 infection on May 11.On the same day, she developed a runny nose. Her earlier tests from rostered routine testing – the last being on Apr 15 – were all negative for COVID-19. Her serology test result is negative for the N antigen, which suggests the presence of early infection.

Case 63095 received her first dose of COVID-19 vaccine on Jan 30, and the second dose on Feb 20. ​​​​​​​She has tested preliminarily positive for the B1617 variant, and is pending further confirmatory tests.READ: Anytime Fitness in Choa Chu Kang, Haidilao in VivoCity visited by COVID-19 cases during infectious period headtopics.com

The fourth case, Case 63097, is a 62-year-old Singaporean who is employed by Ramky Cleantech Services as a cleaner and trolley handler at Changi Airport Terminal 3.He had been identified as a contact of Case 62940 - a 47-year-old cleaner employed by the same company and works at Terminal 3 - and placed on quarantine on May 8.

He developed a runny nose the next day and was tested for COVID-19 on May 10.​​​​​​​ His test result came back positive on May 11 and his serology test result is pending.Case 63097 received his first dose of COVID-19 vaccine on Jan 22 and the second dose on Feb 14.

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The fifth case, Case 63098, is a 28-year-old Singaporean who is employed by Certis Cisco as an aviation security officer at Changi Airport Terminal 3.He had not gone to work after the onset of symptoms.He developed a fever, sore throat and body aches on May 7 and sought medical treatment at a polyclinic the next day where he was tested for COVID-19.

His result came back positive for COVID-19 infection on May 11.His earlier tests from RRT – the last being on May 3 – were all negative for COVID-19 infection. His serological test result is pending.The sixth case, Case 63100, is a 65-year-old male Singaporean who is employed by Ramky Cleantech Services as a cleaner at Changi Airport Terminal 3.

He developed a runny nose on May 6 but did not seek medical treatment.As he had been identified as a close contact of Case 62873, a 33-year-old safety coordinator at Terminal 3, he was placed on quarantine on May 9 but did not report his symptom.He was tested for COVID-19 on May 11 during quarantine. On the same day, he developed a headache and runny nose. His test result came back positive on the same day.

His serology test result is negative.Case 63100 received his first dose of COVID-19 vaccine on Jan 25, and the second dose on Feb 18. He has tested preliminarily positive for the B1617 variant, and is pending further confirmatory tests.The seventh case, Case 63109, is a 42-year-old Singaporean man who works as a sales associate at a retail store at Changi Airport Terminal 3.

He developed a cough and itchy throat on May 9 while at work and sought medical treatment at a GP clinic the next day. He was given five days’ medical leave, and tested for COVID-19 the next day.His test result came back positive on May 12. His earlier tests from RRT – the last being on Apr 14 – were all negative for COVID-19 infection and his serology test result is pending.

Case 63109 received his first dose of COVID-19 vaccine on Feb 28, and the second dose on Mar 21.READ: 10 new community COVID-19 cases, including 7 linked to Changi Airport clusterThe first infection in the cluster at Changi Airport was detected on May 5, when an 88-year-old man who works as a cleaner at Terminal 3 tested positive for the disease.

The cluster has since expanded to include the family members and household contacts of earlier cases who work at the airport.AVictoria Junior College studentwho tested positive for the virus on May 7 has also since been linked to the Changi Airport cluster.

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Just stating that they visited the same location is too general and alarming. How close were they to each other? What's the duration? Were they eating and thus not wearing masks? And many of them are vaccinated too.

13 community cases out of 25 new COVID infections, 7 linked to Changi Airport clusterThe 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.

13 new community COVID-19 cases, including 7 linked to Changi Airport clusterSINGAPORE: Thirteen community cases were among 25 new COVID-19 infections reported in Singapore as of noon on Tuesday (May 11), said the Ministry ... How is the vaccine working out? Tend to see more and more vaccinated people get covid 🤔 Would have been avoided if everyone arriving had been processed in makeshift tents and put on buses directly to fixed facilities instead of being allowed to enjoy Changi airport and thus put the staff at risk of infection. 哇,13宗本地確診個案?

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VJC student who tested positive for COVID-19 is linked to Changi Airport clusterVJC student who tested positive for COVID19 is linked to Changi Airport cluster; she visited Kopitiam at Terminal 3 on the same day as two other cases Why must study in coffeeshop, a bad spore habit ? Stay at home. pandemic or Plandemic or biowar 樟宜機場關閉洗一洗吧!

Changi Airport COVID-19 cluster grows as family members, household contacts of previous cases test positiveAT A GLANCE: The COVID19 cluster at Singapore’s Changi Airport T3 has grown to 18, with 6 patients testing preliminarily positive for the B1617 variant Diversity of location, people affected & prevalence of asymptomatic infection suggests community contagion is probably significant. Effort being put into testing would be better concentrated on speeding up vaccination which is painfully slow in comparison to many countries. how wierd that airport has become a cluster Oh snap. I hope this doesn’t blow out even bigger.

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