SINGAPORE, March 4 (Bernama) – Singapore has reported two more confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 112 in the Island-city.
In a statement here today, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said one case involved a 43-year-old male Singapore Permanent Resident who has no recent travel history to affected countries and regions.
He is currently warded in an isolation room at the National University Hospital (NUH) after test results confirmed he is positive of COVID-19 on March 3, said the statement.
Prior to hospital admission, MOH said, he had mostly stayed at his home at Compassvale Street.
The other case involved a 62-year-old female Singapore citizen who has no recent travel history to affected countries and regions as well.
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She works at Creative O Preschoolers’ Bay at International Business Park as a non-teaching staff member and is linked to case 94, a 64-year-old female Singapore citizen who was confirmed to have COVID-19 on Feb 26.
Updating on the condition of confirmed cases, MOH said one more case of COVID-19 has been discharged from hospital today, making it the 79th recovered case.
He is a 57-year-old male Singapore citizen with no recent travel history to China and is linked to the cluster at Grace Assembly of God.
Of the 33 confirmed cases who are still in hospital, MOH said most are stable or improving while seven are in critical condition in the intensive care unit.
At noon, the ministry has identified 3,204 close contacts who have been quarantined.