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6 Covid-19 cases at Mei Hwan Drive, consists of 2 families

All of them had no recent travel history to China.

Fasiha Nazren | February 16, 10:48 pm

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As of Feb. 16, six patients in Mei Hwan Drive have been affected with the coronavirus.

They are Patients 50, 55, 65, 66, 68 and 70.

How they are related

Patients 50, 55 and 65 are family members.

Patients 66, 68, and 70 are family members.

55 and 65 had gone to Church of Christ the King in Ang Mo Kio.

66 and 70 had gone to God’s Kingdom Bread of Life Church.

All six cases have no recent travel history to China.

Six cases in Mei Hwan Drive

Here’s a full recap of these cases:

Patient 50

Patient 50 is a 62-year-old male Singapore Citizen with no recent travel history to China. He is currently warded in an isolation room at NCID.

He reported onset of symptoms on Feb. 7 and had sought treatment at two GP clinics on Feb. 7, Feb. 10 and Feb. 11.
He was admitted to NCID on Feb. 11 and was immediately isolated. Subsequent test results confirmed Covid-19 infection on the morning of Feb. 12.

Prior to hospital admission, other than going to work at DBS Asia Central at Marina Bay Financial Centre (12 Marina Boulevard), he had lived at his home at Mei Hwan Drive, except to seek medical treatment.

Patient 55

Patient 55 is a 30-year-old male Singapore Citizen with no recent travel history to China. He is currently warded in an isolation room at NCID. He is a family member of patient 50.

He reported onset of symptoms on Jan. 30 and had sought treatment at a GP clinic on the same day, and again on Feb. 3. He went to NCID on Feb. 12 and was subsequently tested positive for Covid-19 infection on Feb. 13 morning.

Prior to hospital admission, he had gone to work at Pulau Bukom and attended mass at the Church of Christ the King.

Patient 65

Patient 65 is a 61-year-old female Singapore Citizen with no recent travel history to China. She is a family member of patient 50.

She had been identified as a close contact of patient 50, and was sent to NCID by an ambulance for assessment on Feb. 12. Subsequent test results confirmed Covid-19 infection on Feb. 14 morning.

Prior to hospital admission, she had attended church services at Church of Christ the King.

Patient 66

Patient 66 is a 28-year-old male Singapore Citizen with no recent travel history to China. He is currently warded in an isolation room at NCID. He is linked to the cluster at Grace Assembly of God.

He reported onset of symptoms on Jan. 20 and had sought treatment at a GP clinic on Feb. 2, Feb. 5 and Feb. 12. He was referred to NCID on Feb. 12. Subsequent test results confirmed Covid-19 infection on Feb. 14 morning.

Prior to hospital admission, he had gone to work at Grace Assembly of God, and attended church services at God’s Kingdom Bread of Life Church.

Patient 68

Patient 68 is a 79-year-old female Singapore Citizen with no recent travel history to China. She is currently warded in an isolation room at NCID. She is a family member of patient 66.

She reported onset of symptoms on Jan. 30, and went to NCID on Feb. 14. Subsequent test results confirmed Covid-19 infection on Feb. 14 afternoon.

Prior to hospital admission, she had attended church service at Bethany Presbyterian Church (364A Paya Lebar Road).

Patient 70

Patient 70 is a 27-year-old female Singapore Citizen with no recent travel history to China. She is currently warded in an isolation room at NCID. She is a family member of patient 66.

She reported onset of symptoms on Feb. 3 and sought treatment at a GP clinic on the same day. She went to NCID on Feb. 14. Subsequent test results confirmed Covid-19 infection on Feb. 15 morning.

Prior to hospital admission, she had attended church services at God’s Kingdom Bread of Life Church, and had gone to work at HipVan Singapore.

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