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Wuhan virus: Malaysia confirms 3 cases, all patients related to Singapore's first confirmed case

Wuhan virus: Three confirmed cases in Malaysia related to Singapore's first confirmed case

25.1.2020

Wuhan virus: Three confirmed cases in Malaysia related to Singapore's first confirmed case

Three people have been confirmed to have the Wuhan coronavirus here, Malaysian Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad said today (Saturday), marking the first cases of the potentially deadly disease in Malaysia.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Three people have been confirmed to have the Wuhan coronavirus here, Malaysian Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad said today (Saturday), marking the first cases of the potentially deadly disease in Malaysia. The three Chinese citizens, who entered Malaysia via Johor Baru, are the wife and grandchildren of a 66-year-old man from Wuhan, who is currently being treated in Singapore for the same virus. The three patients have since been transferred to Sungai Buloh Hospital in Selangor, said Datuk Seri Dzulkefly. The patients were said to have boarded a plane from Guangzhou to Singapore on Jan 20. The 66-year-old man and his son tested positive for the virus and were admitted to hospital in Singapore on January 22. There were a total of nine people in the group who were travelling together with the first male patient: his wife, son, daughter-in-law, two grandchildren and another family of four comprising husband and wife and two children. They were quarantined upon arrival in Johor while awaiting test results for the virus. Initial tests had found that they were not experiencing fever or any other symptoms. Asian Insider: Ground Zero Wuhan - China battles to contain new coronavirus | The Straits Times Related Stories: Read more: The Straits Times

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Wuhan virus: Scoot cancels 8 flights between Singapore and WuhanSINGAPORE - Singapore Airlines' budget arm Scoot has cancelled its flights between Singapore and the Chinese city of Wuhan from Thursday (Jan 23) to Monday morning, citing the temporary suspension of all public transport in the Chinese city in the wake of a feared epidemic.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Yes.

Singapore confirms 2 more Wuhan virus cases, bringing total to three infectedThere have been a total of 44 suspected cases with patients aged between one to 78, the Ministry of Health said.. Read more at straitstimes.com. I passed through Newton Mrt about 30 mins ago and saw a person being wheeled away by medics in full protective gear. I guess they are just being careful, but it looked quite alarming. Fuck! Might have to cancel my trip there. Sucks, but unfortunately this shit can spread fast in a place like Singapore especially if they don’t ban all travelers from China. omg i scared

Wuhan virus: Avoid travelling to Wuhan, says MOHThis was a notch up from the ministry's advice on Wednesday for people to defer non-essential travel there.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Wuhan virus: MFA in touch with 35 Singaporeans in Wuhan, all are safeSINGAPORE - There are 35 Singaporeans in Wuhan who are in touch with Singapore's Foreign Ministry.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Wuhan virus: Singaporean escapes Wuhan hours before lockdownSINGAPORE - While on his way to the railway station to catch a 3.30am train out of Wuhan on Thursday (Jan 23), Singaporean Eric Kng got a surprising alert on his phone: the city would be quarantined and all public transport would cease at 10am.. Read more at straitstimes.com. « The lockdown would have been more effective if imposed earlier » LMAO 😂 the guy left with the last train without considering himself as a potential risk to others What will happen after the Chinese new year ? so many people are going to come back to singapore. How Singapore will be precaution at that time ?

Wuhan virus: Singapore confirms 2 more imported cases, day after first patient tested positiveSINGAPORE — Two more cases of the Wuhan virus were confirmed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Friday (Jan 24).



No new COVID-19 cases in Singapore; 2 more patients discharged, including taxi driver

Singaporeans advised to defer non-essential travel to South Korean cities affected by COVID-19: MOH

South Korea reports 2 more COVID-19 deaths, 161 new cases

Coronavirus: South Korea's outbreak centre Daegu 'eerily deserted'

Women who eat after 6pm risk getting heart disease

India advises citizens to defer non-essential travel to Singapore

Coronavirus: No new cases in Singapore on Sunday; total stays at 89, while two more are discharged

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