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Wuhan virus: Malaysia confirms first 3 cases; all patients related to Chinese national who was Singapore's first case

Wuhan virus: Malaysia confirms first 3 cases; all patients related to Chinese national who was Singapore's first case

25.1.2020

Wuhan virus: Malaysia confirms first 3 cases; all patients related to Chinese national who was Singapore's first case

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia on Saturday (Jan 25) said it had confirmed three cases of coronavirus infection, the first in the Southeast Asian country. ...

Wuhan virus outbreak - At a glance The newly identified coronavirus can cause pneumonia, which has been deadly in some cases. It is still too early to know just how dangerous it is and how easily it spreads between people. On Friday, Malaysia’s Deputy Health Minister Lee Boon Chye said eight Chinese nationals who were in close contact with the had entered Malaysia and were being quarantined in a hotel in Johor Bahru. More to follow. Read more: CNA

Ban all Chinese from entering our cities! at the very first place , no harm to ban all Mainland Chinese to Sgp or Msia for the time being ..... Temporary best measure , once China passport ... Blocked , regardless from Wuhan or not Why the f singapore let the tourist travel to malaysia? No symtom doesnt mean it is safe.. now it is in Malaysia..

V2019N MelGohCNA Why they still travel to Malaysia when husband already tested positive and sick?

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.

Wuhan Virus: Singapore companies with projects in Chinese city step up precautionary measuresSINGAPORE: Singapore businesses with a presence in Wuhan said they have issued advisories to employees in light of the new coronavirus outbreak in ...

Wuhan virus: Release of 4 Chinese New Year movies in Singapore cinemas put on holdSINGAPORE - Due to the virus outbreak in Wuhan, four films originally slated to be shown in cinemas here during the Chinese New Year period have been put on hold until further notice.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Wuhan virus outbreak: Singapore cinema chains postpone screenings of 4 Chinese filmsSINGAPORE — The screenings of at least four Chinese films here have been delayed indefinitely due to the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.

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: 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 ?



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