1 death, 528 new Covid-19 cases totaling 16,169 as of 30th April 2020

As of 30th April 2020, 12 pm, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has confirmed and verified an additional 528 cases of Covid-19 infection in Singapore. The breakdown is as follows:

  • Imported Cases: 0
  • Dormitory Cases: 488
  • Community Cases: 40
  • Community Un-linked* : 18 (Total: 716)

* Un-linked cases in the community regardless of nationality and excluding “Dormitory Cases”. Total indicates the number of un-linked cases to date. [Source: MOH]

Death from Covid-19

Case 703, a 58 year-old female Singapore Citizen, has passed away from complications due to COVID-19 infection on 30 April 2020. She was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 26 March.

Status of Confirmed Cases

Of the total confirmed cases, 1244 have fully recovered and been discharged from hospital while 22 are in critical condition and  13,202 are isolated and cared for at community facilities. A total of 15 patients have passed away.

Known Clusters

An additional 12 (new) clusters were announced, bringing the total number of known clusters to 145.

Item Location of Cluster Cases New
1 S11 Dormitory  @  Punggol (2 Seletar North Link) 2449
2 Tuas View Dormitory @ 70 Tuas South Avenue 1 931
3 Sungei Tengah Lodge @ 500 Old Choa Chu Kang Road 930
4 Kranji Lodge I @ 12 Kranji Road 339
5 Hulett Dormitory @ 20 Senoko Drive 339
6 Changi Lodge II @ 80 Tanah Merah Coast Road 334
7 North Coast Lodge @ 51 North Coast Avenue 333
8 Mandai Lodge I @ 460 Mandai Road 324
9 Cochrane Lodge II @ 49 Admiralty Road West 306
10 Woodlands Lodge I @ 50 Woodlands Industrial park E4 298
11 Jurong Penjuru Dormitory @ 58 Penjuru Place 286
12 Westlite Mandai @ 34 Mandai Estate 268
13 PPT Lodge 1A @ 8 Seletar North Link 234
14 Cochrane Lodge I @ 51 Admiralty Road West 225
15 Seatown Dormitory @ 69H Tuas South Avenue 1 225
16 31 Sungei Kadut Avenue dormitory 213
17 Westlite Toh Guan dormitory @ 18 Toh Guan Road East 213
18 Kian Teck Dormitory (26 Kian Teck Avenue) 196
19 SJ Dormitory @ 180 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 170
20 21B Senoko Loop (Tellus Industrial Complex,) 168
21 Woodlands Lodge II @ 190 Woodlands Industrial Park E7 165
22 Homestay Lodge @ 39 Kaki Bukit Avenue 3 148
23 Alaunia Lodge @ Admiralty Road West 141 24-4
24 Toh Guan Dormitory @ 19A Toh Guan Road East 138
25 32 Tuas View Square Industrial building 134
26 Sembawang Shipyard @ Admiralty Road West 133
27 10 Shaw Road Industrial Building 126 24-4
28 Tech Park Crescent dormitory @ 43 Tech Park Crescent 124
29 17 Sungei Kadut Street 4 (Group Industries) 124
30 Mustafa Centre @ 145 Syed Alwi Road 114
31 Tuas South Dormitory @ 1 Tuas South Street 12 114
32 Shaw Lodge @ 12 Shaw Road 112
33 CDPL Tuas Dormitory @ 6 Tuas South Street 15 112
34 Jurong Apartments @ 553 Upper Jurong Road 111
35 13 Senoko Way Industrial Building 111
36 Avery Lodge Dormitory @ 2D Jalan Papan 111
37 8 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 108
38 Acacia Lodge @ 530-540 Bukit Batok Street 23 102
39 Kenyon/ UBS construction site @ 9 Penang Road 96
40 Woodlands Dormitory @ 27 Woodlands Sector 1 95
41 Tampines Dormitory @ 2 Tampines Place 94
42 2 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 91 24-4
43 Kranji Dormitory @ 17 Kranji Way 89
44 Project Glory construction site 82
45 SCM Tuas Lodge @ 80 Tuas South Boulevard 82 25-4
46 Cassia @ 15 Penjuru Walk 81
47 33 Sungei Kadut Loop (Zap Piling Industrial Building) 73 28-4
48 4 Sungei Kadut Street 2 (Teacly Building) 68
49 The Jovell construction site 68
50 Leo dormitory @ 23 Kaki Bukit Road 3 66
51 17 Jalan Besut Industrial Building 65
52 3 Sungei Kadut Street 6 64 26-4
53 21 Defu South Street 1 63 25-4
54 18 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 60
55 85 Kallang Dormitory @ 85 Kallang Avenue 60
56 59 Sungei Kadut Loop Commercial Buildinig 59
57 Pesko Engineering Pte Ltd @ 2 Joo Koon Road 58
58 SSKBJV Dormitory @ 31A Tanah Merah Coast Road 53 24-4
59 SAFRA Jurong (private singing event) 47
60 36 Woodlands Industrial Park E1 47
61 12 Loyang Drive (Jackly) 46
62 23H Sungei Kadut Street 1 46 28-4
63 61 Senoko Drive Industrial Building 44
64 36 Tuas View Square (Factory Building) 44
65 51 Paya Ubi Industrial Park 42
66 107 West Coast Vale Construction Site 40 25-4
67 Proptech Pte Ltd @ 38 Senoko Road 39 26-4
68 Kian Teck Hostel @ 30 Kian Teck Avenue 35 25-4
69 5 Kian Teck Crescent 34 26-4
70 10 Kian Teck Crescent dormitory 34
71 11 Tuas Avenue 10 Commercial Buildinig 34 24-4
72 11 Defu Lane 1 33 29-4
73 TTJ Design & Engineering Pte Ltd @ 57 Pioneer Road 32
74 Westlite Woodlands Dormitory @ 2 Woodlands Sector 2 32
75 National University Hospital @ 5 Lower Kent Ridge Road 30
76 Westlite Juniper @ 23 Mandai Estate 29 24-4
77 PCF Sparkletots @ Fengshan 27
78 182 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 25 29-4
79 3 Senoko Link 25 27-4
80 5 Sungei Kadut Avenue Commercial Building 24
81 Grace Assembly of God church 23
82 8 Martin Place Construction Site 23 25-4
83 2 Fan Yoong Road Commercial Building 23 30-4
84 2 Woodlands Industrial Park E1 22 27-4
85 Lingjack Dormitory @ 1 Woodlands Terrace 22 27-4
86 40 Tuas View Square Commercial Building 20
87 10 Gul Drive Commercial Building 20 30-4
88 1 Tuas Avenue 10 Industrial Buiilding 20 30-4
89 10 Kranji Link.(Siong Kee Building) 19
90 CitiWall @ 34 Kaki Bukit Crescent 17
91 10 Tagore Drive 17 28-4
92 23 Kaki Bukit Road 6 (Greyform Building) 17 30-4
93 JTC Space @ Tuas (16 Tuas Avenue 1) 17 30-4
94 Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home @ 1 Thomson Lane 16
95 51H Tuas South Ave 1 16 28-4
96 8 Sungei Kadut Loop Commercial Building 16
97 Wing Fong Court Condo @ 10 Lorong 14 Geylang 16
98 ASPRIWestlite Papan @ 5 Jalan Papan 15 25-4
99 9 Gul Street 1 (Positive Engineering Pte Ltd) 15 27-4
100 Wizlearn Technologies @ Singapore Science Park 14
101 Acacia Home @ 30 Admiralty Street 14 27-4
102 Blue Stars Dormitory @ 3 Kian Teck Lane 14
103 17 Soon Lee Road Commercial Building 14 30-4
104 54/56 Tuas View Square (New Millenium Engineering SG Pte Ltd) 14 30-4
105 ABC Hostel @ 3 Jalan Kubor 13
106 106 International Road. 13 29-4
107 Grandwork Building @ 7 Sungei Kadut Street 3 13
108 17 Shaw Road Dormitory (Poh Wah Group) 13 29-4
109 9 Benoi Crescent Industrial Building 12 30-4
110 24 Benoi Place Commercial Building 12 30-4
111 Dover Court International School 11
112 234 Balestier Road Shop Houses 11
113 44 Toh Guan Road East 11 27-4
114 Life Church and Missions Singapore 10
115 Wilby Residences @ 15 Queen Street 10
116 55 Sungei Kadut Loop dormitory 10
117 33 Senoko Way Dormitory (Poh Wah Group) 10 29-4
118 Yong Thai Hang health products shop 9
119 Hero’s Pub @ Circular Road 9
120 Keppel Shipyard @ Pioneer Sector 1 9
121 SingPost Centre @ 10 Eunos Road 8 8
122 Black Tap Restaurant @ Marina Bay Sands 8
123 6 Battery Road construction work site 8
124 McDonald’s @ Forum, Lido, Geylang East Central and Parklane 7
125 Northpoint City @ 930 Yishun Avenue 2 7 25-4
126 Hai Leck Engineering Pte Ltd @ 12 Tuas Drive 1 7 27-4
127 Maxwell MRT station construction [email protected] Neil Road 6
128 Singapore Cricket Club @ A Connaught Drive 6
129 Natureland East Coast @ 907 East Coast Road 6 24-4
130 112 Neythal Road Commercial Building 6 24-4
131 Ce La Vi @ 1 Bay Front Avenue (Marina Bay Sands) 5
132 The Orange Ballroom @ Tanjong Katong Complex 5
133 ICA Building @10 Kallang Road 5
134 Seletar Aerospace Heights construction site 5
135 Strand Hotel @ 25 Bencoolen Street 5 24-4
136 2 Tuas Avenue 10 Industrial Building 5 30-4
137 Church of Singapore @ Bukit Timah 4
138 The Wedding Brocade @ Yishun 4
139 133 Tuas View Square 4 26-4
140 Institute of Mental Health @ 10 Buangkok View 4 30-4
141 Grand Hyatt Hotel (business meeting) 3
142 A boulder+ Gym shop @ Aperia 3
143 Masjid Al-Muttaqin @ 5140 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 3
144 Little Gems Preschool @ 3 Ang Mo Kio Street 62 3

The island city is currently the most infected country in Southeast Asia and the 2nd most infected country in the world in terms of residential land mass. [LINK]

 

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10 Responses to “1 death, 528 new Covid-19 cases totaling 16,169 as of 30th April 2020”

  • Soccerbetting2:

    Reported on Straits Times website :Quote – “Once embraced by Malaysians, Rohingya now fear attacks with a rise in xenophobia

    Rohingya refugees receive goods from volunteers in Kuala Lumpur on April 7, 2020…..
    Nadirah H. RodziMalaysia Correspondent
    KUALA LUMPUR – Alam Syofik came to Malaysia two years ago in the hope of a better life after fleeing a brutal military crackdown against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine state in Myanmar in 2017.

    But the safe haven for the Rohingya that Malaysia once seemed to offer has turned into hell for him and his peers, as hostility against them has reached new heights amid fears over the coronavirus pandemic that has afflicted poor migrant communities and xenophobia.

    “I’ve been randomly spat on and shouted at so many times, I can still take it. But nothing beats the fear of being threatened with murder just because I am Rohingya,” the 37-year-old man staying in Petaling Jaya told The Straits Times.

    “Some locals are not shy to say they’d ‘love’ to kill me and it doesn’t matter whether I understand where this is coming from or not. I’m sorry, but I’m very scared, it brings back memories of escaping from Rakhine,” he added.

    His story and the harsh words used against the Myanmar minority group have been repeated many, many times in recent social media platforms, in a sharp about-face by vocal critics in Malaysia’s Malay Muslim community.

    Malaysia in 2017 opened up its borders to provide temporary shelter for the Rohingya “boat people” as they fled the Myanmar crackdown.
    ….

    Home Minister Hamzah Zainuddin said on Thursday (April 30) that Malaysia does not recognise the community as refugees but merely “illegal immigrants”, even if they hold the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees identification cards.
    ….

    Following that, it was reported that 32 Rohingya were believed to have died on an overcrowded boat stranded in the Bay of Bengal for nearly two months.”Unquote.

    Response : Malaysia now did a 180 degree U-turns on Rohingya and some Malaysians threatened to kill Rohingya. And Bengal which should be Bangladesh people also refuse to help, and let them died on overcrowded boat, why?

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  • So many Clusters:

    Sometimes wonder whether calling them clusters help when the increasing number already comes close to one another in proximity. Singapore is only 700 Sq Km where the housing density is packed. How many clusters can we accommodate before we really recognise it as community. Sad.

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  • @So many Clusters

    You make a very good point. With 145 clusters, each cluster is about 4.8 sq km, veyr small indeed.

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  • Old man rolling in his grave:

    Yesterday telecast, the speaker looks like gecko, old man’s wife.

    If only old man could rise from the grave now to help contain the virus after so many things have gone wrong in Sg with the current Tusk Force.

    Sigh…..

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  • Errr….

    Whats the chances of new cases tally to be exactly the same within the same month? A few days ago also 528.

    Coincident or???

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  • NotMyProblem:

    Does anybody notice that when MSM updates of covid-19, it always emphasize the infection was below 1000 cases? Like this;

    “The ministry also announced on Thursday that there were 528 new Covid-19 cases, the seventh day in a row where the new daily infections fell below 1,000. The bulk of the new patients were foreign workers living in dormitories.” – Straits Times.

    as if the 1000 cases was a benchmark of infection!!

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  • Soccerbetting2:

    Reported on the Independent. sg website :Quote – “If the MRT was once Khaw Boon Wan’s nightmare, the dormitories are now Josephine Teo’s
    Sense And Nonsense by Tan Bah Bah….
    April 26, 2020
    ….
    …..
    The two frontline ministers in the battle against Covid-19 are supposed to be National Development Minister Lawrence Wong and Health Minister Gan Kim Yong. And they still are, as co-chair of the Multi-Ministry Task Force. But the minister in the real hot seat today is Manpower Minister Josephine Teo. Into her lap has fallen the herculean task of sorting out a mess that we now know has been caused by a combination of hesitation, possible oversight and hubris – the coronavirus pandemic still raging through the migrant workers’ dormitories. If the MRT was once Khaw Boon Wan’s nightmare, the dormitories are now hers. Is she up to the task of solving the problem?
    …..

    Before we get to that question, let’s do a quick look back at a couple of the previous Manpower ministers and also a bit about how the ministry has evolved. Before 1998, the ministry was Labour. Lee Boon Yang (current SPH chairman) was the first to head the renamed Manpower Ministry. Lim Swee Say, known for his catchy slogans (Upturn the Downturn and Better, Betterer and Betterest), was Minister Teo’s predecessor.
    …….
    And so the spotlight is on Josephine Teo.
    …….
    When the dorms first hit the headlines, the Manpower Minister came in hesitantly as what those in the media business would call a side box where an issue would be explained in a concise manner so as not to spoil the flow of the main story. The narrative then was the proudly declared calibrated Singapore way of solving problems: Quote PM Lee Hsien Loong – “If any country can see this through, it is Singapore.” That was on April 3.

    Since then, Ms Teo could not afford to be just a side show because the dormitories have been making the rounds in world media, with Singapore being seen as a cautionary tale of having blindspots when dealing with a smart, lethal virus.

    The Manpower Minister has stepped up, to her credit. She told BBC: “Yes, we took some safe distancing measures within the dormitories and if we were to be able to rewind the clock, one could say that these safe distancing measures needed to go much further.”

    What she has failed to address so far is: Why did it have to take the Covid-19 pandemic for the ministry to finally realise that the migrant workers guest workers have always been part of this country’s social fabric, and not apart from? This is not a hindsight observation. It exposes a stubborn refusal to listen to concerned voices outside a group-think world.”Unquote.

    Response :” Is she up to the task of solving the problem?”Let’s ask Lee Hsien Loong to explain out in General Election as to why such e*** Josephine Teo LM is still in the government seat and not inside Singapore Changi Prison for misabusing tons of public funds too?

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  • NotMyProblem:
    Does anybody notice that when MSM updates of covid-19, it always emphasize the infection was below 1000 cases? Like this;

    “The ministry also announced on Thursday that there were 528 new Covid-19 cases, the seventh day in a row where the new daily infections fell below 1,000. The bulk of the new patients were foreign workers living in dormitories.” – Straits Times.

    as if the 1000 cases was a benchmark of infection!!

    This is absolute BS because they have stopped proactively testing the workers. In a sense, they are massaging and controlling the figures to make it appear as if its “positive results” when in actual fact, merely sitting around waiting for the infected to report sick own time own target.

    Very irresponsible behaviour which will result in more infections as the workers are all bundled together in a small room.

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  • what nightmare!?:

    What nightmare!!?? these clowns are being paid by the $millions!! It’s their f#*king job to oversee the trains and buses are running and on time!
    It’s also their job to have looked into the welfare of the FWs when previously so many complaints have been targeted at their living conditions in the over crowded dorms!!
    All the time, they have been in their ivory towers and only the CV19 forced them down to ground zero!!
    Let’s see whether they can solve the problem by extending the CB till 1st June!!

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  • WakeupSG:

    TRE:
    Death from Covid-19
    Case 703, a 58 year-old female Singapore Citizen, has passed away from complications due to COVID-19 infection on 30 April 2020. She was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 26 March.

    https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/health/woman-58-is-youngest-covid-19-patient-here-to-die-imh-among-new-clusters
    She is the youngest patient here to die from the virus to date.
    The woman, who is Case 703, had travelled to Europe and was confirmed to have the virus on March 26 after returning to Singapore.

    I THINK SHE MAY HAVE CONTRACTED A MORE DEADLY COVID STRAIN FROM EUROPE.

    ANY DETAIL?

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