More death 447 new COVID-19 cases totaling 17,548

As of 2nd May 2020, 12 pm, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has confirmed and verified an additional 447 cases of COVID-19 infection in Singapore. The breakdown is as follows:

  • Imported Cases: 0
  • Dormitory Cases: 431
  • Community Cases: 16
  • Community Un-linked* : 6 (Total: 710)

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

Death from Covid-19

Case 1323, a 76 year-old male Singaporean, has passed away from complications due to COVID-19 infection on 1 May 2020. He was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 6 April, and had a history of cancer.

Case 17410, a 47 year-old male Bangladeshi national has also passed away on 1 May 2020, but he was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection after his demise so cause is death has yet to be established.

Medical Workers Infected

Another male housekeeper at National University Hospital (NUH) has tested positive for COVID-19. Case 17267 is a 27 year-old Malaysian national who was confirmed infected on 30 April, and is currently warded at NUH.  On 28th April, 2 Malaysian housekeepers from NUS were also tested positive for the COVID-19, namely case 15259 and case 15700. [LINK]

Status of Confirmed Cases

Of the total confirmed cases, 1347 have fully recovered and been discharged from hospital while 24 are in critical condition and  14,474 are isolated and cared for at community facilities. A total of 17 patients have passed away.

Known Clusters

An additional 5 (new) clusters were announced, bringing the total number of known clusters to 157.
 

Item Location of Cluster Cases New
1 S11 Dormitory  @  Punggol (2 Seletar North Link) 2477
2 Tuas View Dormitory @ 70 Tuas South Avenue 1 996
3 Sungei Tengah Lodge @ 500 Old Choa Chu Kang Road 951
4 Changi Lodge II @ 80 Tanah Merah Coast Road 366
5 Hulett Dormitory @ 20 Senoko Drive 365
6 Kranji Lodge I @ 12 Kranji Road 354
7 North Coast Lodge @ 51 North Coast Avenue 341
8 Mandai Lodge I @ 460 Mandai Road 337
9 Jurong Penjuru Dormitory @ 58 Penjuru Place 336
10 Cochrane Lodge II @ 49 Admiralty Road West 328
11 Woodlands Lodge I @ 50 Woodlands Industrial park E4 307
12 Westlite Mandai @ 34 Mandai Estate 305
13 PPT Lodge 1A @ 8 Seletar North Link 259
14 Seatown Dormitory @ 69H Tuas South Avenue 1 251
15 Cochrane Lodge I @ 51 Admiralty Road West 237
16 Westlite Toh Guan dormitory @ 18 Toh Guan Road East 232
17 Kian Teck Dormitory (26 Kian Teck Avenue) 217
18 31 Sungei Kadut Avenue dormitory 213
19 SJ Dormitory @ 180 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 191
20 Woodlands Lodge II @ 190 Woodlands Industrial Park E7 181
21 21B Senoko Loop (Tellus Industrial Complex,) 171
22 CDPL Tuas Dormitory @ 6 Tuas South Street 15 171
23 Homestay Lodge @ 39 Kaki Bukit Avenue 3 164
24 Alaunia Lodge @ Admiralty Road West 154 24-4
25 Avery Lodge Dormitory @ 2D Jalan Papan 150
26 Toh Guan Dormitory @ 19A Toh Guan Road East 144
27 32 Tuas View Square Industrial building 136
28 10 Shaw Road Industrial Building 135 24-4
29 Sembawang Shipyard @ Admiralty Road West 133
30 21 Tuas View Square Commercial Buildinig 131 2 May
31 17 Sungei Kadut Street 4 (Group Industries) 125
32 Shaw Lodge @ 12 Shaw Road 125
33 Tech Park Crescent dormitory @ 43 Tech Park Crescent 124
34 Kenyon/ UBS construction site @ 9 Penang Road 121
35 Tuas South Dormitory @ 1 Tuas South Street 12 116
36 Mustafa Centre @ 145 Syed Alwi Road 114
37 13 Senoko Way Industrial Building 113
38 8 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 112
39 Jurong Apartments @ 553 Upper Jurong Road 111
40 Woodlands Dormitory @ 27 Woodlands Sector 1 106
41 Acacia Lodge @ 530-540 Bukit Batok Street 23 104
42 2 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 96 24-4
43 Tampines Dormitory @ 2 Tampines Place 95
44 SSKBJV Dormitory @ 31A Tanah Merah Coast Road 91 24-4
45 Kranji Dormitory @ 17 Kranji Way 90
46 Cassia @ 15 Penjuru Walk 89
47 SCM Tuas Lodge @ 80 Tuas South Boulevard 89 25-4
48 17 Jalan Besut Industrial Building 85
49 Project Glory construction site 82
50 Leo dormitory @ 23 Kaki Bukit Road 3 75
51 33 Sungei Kadut Loop (Zap Piling Industrial Building) 73 28-4
52 The Jovell construction site 72
53 15 Tuas View Square (Matex) 72 1 May
54 85 Kallang Dormitory @ 85 Kallang Avenue 72
55 4 Sungei Kadut Street 2 (Teacly Building) 68
56 3 Sungei Kadut Street 6 64 26-4
57 21 Defu South Street 1 64 25-4
58 107 West Coast Vale Construction Site 62 25-4
59 59 Sungei Kadut Loop Commercial Buildinig 61
60 18 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 60
61 Pesko Engineering Pte Ltd @ 2 Joo Koon Road 60
62 23H Sungei Kadut Street 1 56 28-4
63 36 Tuas View Square Factory Building 48
64 SAFRA Jurong (private singing event) 47
65 36 Woodlands Industrial Park E1 47
66 12 Loyang Drive (Jackly) 46
67 61 Senoko Drive Industrial Building 44
68 Proptech Pte Ltd @ 38 Senoko Road 43 26-4
69 51 Paya Ubi Industrial Park 42
70 11 Tuas Avenue 10 Commercial Buildinig 40 24-4
71 Westlite Juniper @ 23 Mandai Estate 37 24-4
72 10 Gul Drive Commercial Building 37 30-4
73 10 Kian Teck Crescent dormitory 36
74 Kian Teck Hostel @ 30 Kian Teck Avenue 36 25-4
75 5 Kian Teck Crescent 35 26-4
76 182 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 35 29-4
77 Westlite Woodlands Dormitory @ 2 Woodlands Sector 2 35
78 11 Defu Lane 1 33 29-4
79 TTJ Design & Engineering Pte Ltd @ 57 Pioneer Road 32
80 National University Hospital @ 5 Lower Kent Ridge Road 30
81 Lingjack Dormitory @ 1 Woodlands Terrace 28 27-4
82 PCF Sparkletots @ Fengshan 27
83 3 Senoko Link (Wing Tuck) 27 27-4
84 2 Fan Yoong Road Commercial Building 27 30-4
85 33 Senoko Way Dormitory (Poh Wah Group) 25 29-4
86 5 Sungei Kadut Avenue Commercial Building 24
87 Grace Assembly of God church 23
88 8 Martin Place Construction Site 23 25-4
89 23 Kaki Bukit Road 6 (Greyform Building) 23 30-4
90 2 Woodlands Industrial Park E1 22 27-4
91 40 Tuas View Square Commercial Building 21
92 1 Tuas Avenue 10 Industrial Buiilding 21 30-4
93 10 Kranji Link.(Siong Kee Building) 21
94 148 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 21 1 May
95 24 Benoi Place Commercial Building 20 30-4
96 JTC Space @ Tuas (16 Tuas Avenue 1) 19 30-4
97 Joo Koon Lodge @ 68 Joo Koon Circle 19 1 May
98 10 Tagore Drive (Wah Loon Building) 18 28-4
99 CitiWall @ 34 Kaki Bukit Crescent 17
100 51H Tuas South Ave 1 (Tuas Cove Industrial Centre) 17 28-4
101 81 Tuas South Street 5 17
102 Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home @ 1 Thomson Lane 16
103 8 Sungei Kadut Loop Commercial Building 16
104 Wing Fong Court Condo @ 10 Lorong 14 Geylang 16
105 ASPRIWestlite Papan @ 5 Jalan Papan 16 25-4
106 9 Gul Street 1 (Positive Engineering Pte Ltd) 16 27-4
107 Blue Stars Dormitory @ 3 Kian Teck Lane 16
108 20 Sungei Kadut Avenue 15 1 May
109 34 Sungei Kadut Loop 15 2 May
110 2 Tuas South Street 2 15 2 May
111 Wizlearn Technologies @ Singapore Science Park 14
112 Acacia Home @ 30 Admiralty Street 14 27-4
113 17 Soon Lee Road Commercial Building 14 30-4
114 54/56 Tuas View Square (New Millenium Engineering Pte Ltd) 14 30-4
115 106 International Road Industrial Building 14 29-4
116 ABC Hostel @ 3 Jalan Kubor 13
117 Grandwork Building @ 7 Sungei Kadut Street 3 13
118 17 Shaw Road Dormitory (Poh Wah Group) 13 29-4
119 9 Benoi Crescent Industrial Building 12 30-4
120 Dover Court International School 11
121 234 Balestier Road Shop Houses 11
122 44 Toh Guan Road East 11 27-4
123 Life Church and Missions Singapore 10
124 Wilby Residences @ 15 Queen Street 10
125 55 Sungei Kadut Loop dormitory 10
126 Yong Thai Hang health products shop 9
127 Hero’s Pub @ Circular Road 9
128 Keppel Shipyard @ Pioneer Sector 1 9
129 SingPost Centre @ 10 Eunos Road 8 8
130 Black Tap Restaurant @ Marina Bay Sands 8
131 6 Battery Road construction work site 8
132 2 Tuas Avenue 10 Industrial Building 8 30-4
133 Tuas South Incineration Plant @ 98 Tuas South Avenue 3 8 1 May
134 19 Kian Teck Road 8 1 May
135 12 Tuas View Place 8 1 May
136 McDonald’s @ Forum, Lido, Geylang East Central and Parklane 7
137 Northpoint City @ 930 Yishun Avenue 2 7 25-4
138 Hai Leck Engineering Pte Ltd @ 12 Tuas Drive 1 7 27-4
139 Maxwell MRT station construction [email protected] Neil Road 6
140 Singapore Cricket Club @ A Connaught Drive 6
141 Natureland East Coast @ 907 East Coast Road 6 24-4
142 112 Neythal Road Commercial Building 6 24-4
143 16 Tuas Avenue 3 6 2 May
144 Ce La Vi @ 1 Bay Front Avenue (Marina Bay Sands) 5
145 The Orange Ballroom @ Tanjong Katong Complex 5
146 ICA Building @10 Kallang Road 5
147 Seletar Aerospace Heights construction site 5
148 Strand Hotel @ 25 Bencoolen Street 5 24-4
149 Church of Singapore @ Bukit Timah 4
150 The Wedding Brocade @ Yishun 4
151 133 Tuas View Square 4 26-4
152 Institute of Mental Health @ 10 Buangkok View 4 30-4
153 5 Neythal Road Industrial Building 4 2 May
154 Grand Hyatt Hotel (business meeting) 3
155 A boulder+ Gym shop @ Aperia 3
156 Masjid Al-Muttaqin @ 5140 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 3
157 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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7 Responses to “More death 447 new COVID-19 cases totaling 17,548”

  • Soccerbetting2:

    As of 1st May 2020, 12 pm, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has confirmed and verified an additional 932 cases of Covid-19 infection in Singapore. And 2nd May has much lower 447 new corona virus cases is nothing short of expectations. Just check kess for the day, will get much lesser corona virus cases. Or some corona viruses cases results shifted to tomorrow to report also will make the previous day result look better. Possible manipulation of data may exist.

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  • trublu:

    At 16 ,COMMUNITY IS NOT REALLY A SMALL NUMBER as many have yet been tested.
    Careless N CASUAL SAMPLING TESTING may be used in CASUAL SURVEYS BUT THIS IS A PANDEMIC GERM WE ARE DEALING WITH?

    DONT PLAY,PLAY!
    sgs better PRAY,pray?

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  • NotMyProblem:

    Why the need to state new clusters now? It seems the clusters are now next to each other, every where in SG is a cluster. Why not just say the whole of Singapore?

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  • No Way:

    Say NO to Emperor becoming the next Minister Mentor (MM).

    His Dynasty is dead and did not even wake up from grave when Singapore is in a crisis due to pure incompetency of the so called the “4G” Team.

    We will never know Empress’s salary if he becomes MM.

    Singaporeans, he has been asking for strong mandate. Please do NOT give.

    Vote for Opposition. 55 years of PAP rule is enough. We need more Opposition in Parliament. Say No to CECA. Say NO to POFMA

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  • hopelessnuselesspap:

    Cheap SLAVES ABOUND,

    DISCOUNTS CAN BE FOUND ???

    HELL, shoebox units cost more than HALF a million…..

    talk about roads, HDB’s,

    many sinkies don’t even understand cost of material coming in from malaysia.

    You see any, ‘ANY’ HIGH VALUE GOODS coming into SINKIE land from checkpoint on daily basis ?

    Gravel, steel rebar, cements, sand, costing few ringgit (1 bag of cement, MR25 to 30),lots of home contractors “THROW ” away half used cement bags, sand, gravel, glass, aluminum, when their job is done, at where ?
    Dumping grounds all over, along roads, forested area.

    But with cheap SLAVES, CHEAP MATERIALS,

    COST OF HDB, SHOEBOX UNITS AT HALF MILLION ??

    sinkies are the BLIND, LED BT THE CAYOTE, WOLFS IN SHEEP, WHITE SHEEP CLOTHINGS

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  • John Lim:

    As of 2nd May 2020, 12 pm, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has confirmed and verified an additional 447 cases of COVID-19 infection in Singapore

    To-day, 3 May 2020, CNA reported :
    SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 657 new cases of COVID-19 as of noon on Sunday (May 3), taking the country’s total to 18,205. 
    Ten cases are Singapore citizens or permanent residents.

    Does this look like we are slowing down the spread??

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  • I am tempted to believe that the figures have been ‘controlled’, so that it remains at a daily low of 1k.

    If MOH had really gone out to proactively test all workers and allow citizens to test themselves, I would think a double of the current figures would be an understatement. MOH should have done that but strangely it chooses not to.

    MOH has been non-transparent in its daily figures and have even resorted to hiding details of infected and some figures, at the same time coming out with all sort of classification to confuse and misled Sinkies giving the false impression that infection rate is low and everything is “under control”.

    Some figures are also hidden in their daily BS of confusing report and only when you read carefully, then you realised that there are 700+ unlinked cases to date, which should be a worrying figure. Now which casual reader reading the daily BS by MOH would have notice that?

    So unless the missing information like number tested per day, how many medical workers, frontline workers (police, etc) are released, I would continue to believe that it has something to hide.

    @John Lim

    The figures released by MOH has nothing to do with spread and I don’t think they have the balls to declare that the pandemic is under control or they will be looking like rookies and idiots in front of the whole world.

    As I have said many times, proactive testing is not done on the workers and according to one professor from MOH, only those who reported sick are maybe tested, so which is why the figures are low because the virus has an incubation period of up to 21 days and not everyone will fall sick on the same day.

    Lets consider the following example:

    We assume that 100,000 workers have been infected with the virus.

    In China, the authorities would have tested ALL of the workers, but in Singapore, they only test those who have reported sick.

    So if China took 10 days to test all of the workers, then their daily stats would be: 100,000/10 days = 10,000 infections per day.

    However, Sinkapore does not test the workers at all until they are sick, so considering that the dormant period for the virus is about 21 days (some maybe longer), the daily infection rate for Sinkapore would be:
    100,000/21 = 4,761 (low compared to China, right?)

    So you see, its about controlling the figures to make it appear low when in actual fact, 100,000 workers have already been infected whether testing is done immediately or next month.

    There is another downside to what Sinkapore is doing, which is causing more workers to be infected due to their current “get sick then test” measure.

    If like China, all are tested, then those who are not infected can be moved out of the dorms to be quarantine somewhere safer but in Sinkappore’s context, all workers are to remain at the same place and those not infected will get infected sooner or later since they are all locked in the same place.

    My take on this whole fiasco is that as long as 50% of the entire population have not been tested, then MOH should not declare that the pandemic is “under control” and I would be very wary if they actually have the balls to dare declare one.

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