Another death 657 new cases 18,205 total COVID-19 infections as of 3rd May 2020

As of 3rd May 2020, 12 pm, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has confirmed and verified an additional 657 cases of COVID-19 infection in Singapore. The breakdown is as follows:

  • Imported Cases: 0
  • Dormitory Cases: 626
  • Community Cases *: 31
  • Community Un-linked **: 6 (Total: 706)

* Cases in the community regardless of nationality and excluding “Dormitory Cases”.

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

Weekly Status (27 Apr – 3 May)

The total number of community cases (linked and unlinked) reported for last week was 172, averaging 24.57 cases per day. Total for dorm residents was 4,409, averaging  629.85 cases per day. Therefore technically, the average number of infections for the country was 654.42 cases per day.

Death from Covid-19

Case 14744, an 86 year-old female Singaporean, has passed away from complications due to COVID-19 infection on 3 May 2020. She was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 27 April, and had a history of diabetes, hypertension and hyperlipidaemia.

Case 17410, a 47 year-old male Bangladeshi national passed away on 1 May 2020, but he was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection after his demise. His cause of death was ischaemic heart disease, not related to COVID-19 and will not be counted towards the total death tally.

Medical Workers Infected

Case 17881 is a Singaporean who was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 2 May, and is currently warded at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

The 34 year-old female is employed as a nurse by the Health Promotion Board and is deployed to the community care facility at Singapore EXPO, but had not gone to work since onset of symptoms.

Status of Confirmed Cases

  • Isolated ***: 15,149 (83.11%)
  • Hospitalised: 1,630 (8.95%)
  • Discharged From Hospital: 1,408 (7.73%)
  • Passed Away Due To COVID-19: 18 (0.09%)

Of the total confirmed cases, 22 are in critical condition.

***  Isolated and cared for at community facilities. These are those who have mild symptoms, or are clinically well but still tested positive for COVID-19.

Known Clusters

An additional 6 (new) clusters were announced, bringing the total number of known clusters to 163.

Item Location of Cluster Cases New
1 S11 Dormitory  @  Punggol (2 Seletar North Link) 2505
2 Tuas View Dormitory @ 70 Tuas South Avenue 1 1024
3 Sungei Tengah Lodge @ 500 Old Choa Chu Kang Road 987
4 Jurong Penjuru Dormitory @ 58 Penjuru Place 379
5 Changi Lodge II @ 80 Tanah Merah Coast Road 376
6 Hulett Dormitory @ 20 Senoko Drive 376
7 Kranji Lodge I @ 12 Kranji Road 358
8 North Coast Lodge @ 51 North Coast Avenue 348
9 Mandai Lodge I @ 460 Mandai Road 341
10 Cochrane Lodge II @ 49 Admiralty Road West 332
11 Woodlands Lodge I @ 50 Woodlands Industrial park E4 312
12 Westlite Mandai @ 34 Mandai Estate 310
13 PPT Lodge 1A @ 8 Seletar North Link 268
14 Seatown Dormitory @ 69H Tuas South Avenue 1 267
15 Westlite Toh Guan dormitory @ 18 Toh Guan Road East 249
16 Cochrane Lodge I @ 51 Admiralty Road West 241
17 Kian Teck Dormitory (26 Kian Teck Avenue) 229
18 31 Sungei Kadut Avenue dormitory 213
19 SJ Dormitory @ 180 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 192
20 Woodlands Lodge II @ 190 Woodlands Industrial Park E7 191
21 Homestay Lodge @ 39 Kaki Bukit Avenue 3 183
22 CDPL Tuas Dormitory @ 6 Tuas South Street 15 179
23 10 Shaw Road Industrial Building 178 24-4
24 21B Senoko Loop (Tellus Industrial Complex,) 175
25 Toh Guan Dormitory @ 19A Toh Guan Road East 171
26 Avery Lodge Dormitory @ 2D Jalan Papan 170
27 Alaunia Lodge @ Admiralty Road West 156 24-4
28 32 Tuas View Square Industrial building 137
29 Acacia Lodge @ 530-540 Bukit Batok Street 23 137
30 Sembawang Shipyard @ Admiralty Road West 133
31 21 Tuas View Square Commercial Buildinig 131 2 May
32 8 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 129
33 Shaw Lodge @ 12 Shaw Road 128
34 13 Senoko Way Industrial Building 127
35 17 Sungei Kadut Street 4 (Group Industries) 125
36 Tech Park Crescent dormitory @ 43 Tech Park Crescent 124
37 Mustafa Centre @ 145 Syed Alwi Road 124
38 Kenyon/ UBS construction site @ 9 Penang Road 121
39 Tuas South Dormitory @ 1 Tuas South Street 12 121
40 Jurong Apartments @ 553 Upper Jurong Road 112
41 2 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 112 24-4
42 Woodlands Dormitory @ 27 Woodlands Sector 1 108
43 3 Sungei Kadut Street 6 100 26-4
44 Cassia @ 15 Penjuru Walk 98
45 Tampines Dormitory @ 2 Tampines Place 95
46 SSKBJV Dormitory @ 31A Tanah Merah Coast Road 95 24-4
47 Kranji Dormitory @ 17 Kranji Way 92
48 SCM Tuas Lodge @ 80 Tuas South Boulevard 90 25-4
49 17 Jalan Besut Industrial Building 86
50 Project Glory construction site 82
51 85 Kallang Dormitory @ 85 Kallang Avenue 78
52 15 Tuas View Square (Matex) 76 1 May
53 Leo dormitory @ 23 Kaki Bukit Road 3 75
54 107 West Coast Vale Construction Site 75 25-4
55 The Jovell construction site 74
56 33 Sungei Kadut Loop (Zap Piling Industrial Building) 73 28-4
57 4 Sungei Kadut Street 2 (Teacly Building) 68
58 59 Sungei Kadut Loop Commercial Buildinig 68
59 61 Senoko Drive Industrial Building 66
60 21 Defu South Street 1 65 25-4
61 10 Gul Drive Commercial Building 64 30-4
62 18 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 60
63 Pesko Engineering Pte Ltd @ 2 Joo Koon Road 60
64 23H Sungei Kadut Street 1 60 28-4
65 36 Tuas View Square Factory Building 55
66 SAFRA Jurong (private singing event) 47
67 36 Woodlands Industrial Park E1 47
68 11 Tuas Avenue 10 Commercial Buildinig 47 24-4
69 12 Loyang Drive (Jackly) 46
70 Westlite Woodlands Dormitory @ 2 Woodlands Sector 2 46
71 Proptech Pte Ltd @ 38 Senoko Road 43 26-4
72 51 Paya Ubi Industrial Park 42
73 Westlite Juniper @ 23 Mandai Estate 39 24-4
74 10 Kian Teck Crescent dormitory 39
75 Kian Teck Hostel @ 30 Kian Teck Avenue 38 25-4
76 3 Senoko Link (Wing Tuck) 36 27-4
77 5 Kian Teck Crescent 35 26-4
78 182 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 35 29-4
79 17 Shaw Road Dormitory (Poh Wah Group) 35 29-4
80 11 Defu Lane 1 33 29-4
81 TTJ Design & Engineering Pte Ltd @ 57 Pioneer Road 33
82 2 Fan Yoong Road Commercial Building 31 30-4
83 National University Hospital @ 5 Lower Kent Ridge Road 30
84 33 Senoko Way Dormitory (Poh Wah Group) 30 29-4
85 Lingjack Dormitory @ 1 Woodlands Terrace 29 27-4
86 23 Sungei Kadut Street 2 (Woh Hup) 29 3 May
87 PCF Sparkletots @ Fengshan 27
88 5 Sungei Kadut Avenue Commercial Building 26
89 8 Martin Place Construction Site 25 25-4
90 23 Kaki Bukit Road 6 (Greyform Building) 25 30-4
91 40 Tuas View Square Commercial Building 24
92 JTC Space @ Tuas (16 Tuas Avenue 1) 24 30-4
93 9A Tech Park Crescent (A&B Group) 24 3 May
94 Grace Assembly of God church 23
95 2 Woodlands Industrial Park E1 22 27-4
96 1 Tuas Avenue 10 Industrial Buiilding 21 30-4
97 10 Kranji Link.(Siong Kee Building) 21
98 148 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 21 1 May
99 Joo Koon Lodge @ 68 Joo Koon Circle 21 1 May
100 24 Benoi Place Commercial Building 20 30-4
101 81 Tuas South Street 5 19
102 20 Sungei Kadut Avenue 19 1 May
103 2 Tuas South Street 2 (Sprintecs Industrial Building) 19 2 May
104 10 Tagore Drive (Wah Loon Building) 18 28-4
105 51H Tuas South Ave 1 (Tuas Cove Industrial Centre) 18 28-4
106 CitiWall @ 34 Kaki Bukit Crescent 17
107 ASPRIWestlite Papan @ 5 Jalan Papan 17 25-4
108 Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home @ 1 Thomson Lane 16
109 8 Sungei Kadut Loop Commercial Building 16
110 Wing Fong Court Condo @ 10 Lorong 14 Geylang 16
111 9 Gul Street 1 (Positive Engineering Pte Ltd) 16 27-4
112 Blue Stars Dormitory @ 3 Kian Teck Lane 16
113 34 Sungei Kadut Loop 15 2 May
114 Northpoint City @ 930 Yishun Avenue 2 15 25-4
115 Wizlearn Technologies @ Singapore Science Park 14
116 Acacia Home @ 30 Admiralty Street 14 27-4
117 17 Soon Lee Road Commercial Building 14 30-4
118 54/56 Tuas View Square (New Millenium Engineering Pte Ltd) 14 30-4
119 106 International Road Industrial Building 14 29-4
120 ABC Hostel @ 3 Jalan Kubor 13
121 Grandwork Building @ 7 Sungei Kadut Street 3 13
122 9 Benoi Crescent Industrial Building 12 30-4
123 Dover Court International School 11
124 234 Balestier Road Shop Houses 11
125 44 Toh Guan Road East 11 27-4
126 15 Gul Way (Precise Two) 11 3 May
127 64 Woodlands Industrial Park E9 11 3 May
128 Life Church and Missions Singapore 10
129 Wilby Residences @ 15 Queen Street 10
130 55 Sungei Kadut Loop dormitory 10
131 Yong Thai Hang health products shop 9
132 Hero’s Pub @ Circular Road 9
133 Keppel Shipyard @ Pioneer Sector 1 9
134 16 Fan Yoong Road Commercial Building 9 3 May
135 SingPost Centre @ 10 Eunos Road 8 8
136 Black Tap Restaurant @ Marina Bay Sands 8
137 6 Battery Road construction work site 8
138 2 Tuas Avenue 10 Industrial Building 8 30-4
139 Tuas South Incineration Plant @ 98 Tuas South Avenue 3 8 1 May
140 19 Kian Teck Road 8 1 May
141 12 Tuas View Place 8 1 May
142 McDonald’s @ Forum, Lido, Geylang East Central and Parklane 7
143 Hai Leck Engineering Pte Ltd @ 12 Tuas Drive 1 7 27-4
144 5 Neythal Road Industrial Building 7 2 May
145 Maxwell MRT station construction [email protected] Neil Road 6
146 Singapore Cricket Club @ A Connaught Drive 6
147 Natureland East Coast @ 907 East Coast Road 6 24-4
148 112 Neythal Road Commercial Building 6 24-4
149 16 Tuas Avenue 3 6 2 May
150 Ce La Vi @ 1 Bay Front Avenue (Marina Bay Sands) 5
151 The Orange Ballroom @ Tanjong Katong Complex 5
152 ICA Building @10 Kallang Road 5
153 Seletar Aerospace Heights construction site 5
154 Strand Hotel @ 25 Bencoolen Street 5 24-4
155 Institute of Mental Health @ 10 Buangkok View 5 30-4
156 Church of Singapore @ Bukit Timah 4
157 The Wedding Brocade @ Yishun 4
158 133 Tuas View Square 4 26-4
159 Grand Hyatt Hotel (business meeting) 3
160 A boulder+ Gym shop @ Aperia 3
161 Masjid Al-Muttaqin @ 5140 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 3
162 Little Gems Preschool @ 3 Ang Mo Kio Street 62 3
163 NCS Hub @ 5 Ang Mo Kio Street 62 3 3 May

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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  • Soccerbetting2:

    3rd May 2020-”an additional 657 cases of COVID-19 infection in Singapore. The breakdown is as follows:”

    So any possibility of 4th May 2020 to be drop to 300+ ???

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  • Medical Workers Infected

    Case 17881 is a Singaporean who was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 2 May, and is currently warded at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

    The 34 year-old female is employed as a nurse by the Health Promotion Board and is deployed to the community care facility at Singapore EXPO, but had not gone to work since onset of symptoms

    Care facilities are for those tested positive but with symptoms that are mild. However, “mild” does not mean it is not infectious. How come the nurses are not adequately protected?

    Are the nurses wearing mask only during their duty?
    Do the nurses change all their clothings after their shift?
    Do the nurses take a full shower after their shifts?
    Most importantly, are the nurses allowed to go home after their shifts?

    The number of medical workers being infected are worrying! They should be fully suited, like their counterparts in China and quarantined after work!

    Medical workers are the largest carrier of the virus as the place they work in has high viral load!

    I also learnt that SIA cabin crews are also tasked to take care of those in care facilities, this is madness IMHO. Non-medical trained persons have no business doing medical care for patients that are highly infectious!

    In Wuhan, hospitals have been paying up to RMB $1000 a day to engage outside cleaners (just to take care of rubbish and medical waste) because the old aunties and uncles from contracted agencies refused to work!

    @Soccerbetting2

    Of course it is possible for even the numbers to go to 0, if they wanted to. The figures can be easily manipulated and controlled.

    Some smart medical chiefs in some counties in China were doing that until they were taken to task and sacked.

    What happened was that they were lazy, sitting on the cases and refusing to do active testing of their residents, waiting for the symptoms to show then test them. However, they weren’t expecting the cases to pile up as those infected but not tested started to spread the virus to more and more residents.

    This is probably what is happening in the dorms right now, workers all locked in the same small confined space with a certain professor in MOH admitting that is is no longer doing active testing but merely quarantine those with symptoms, waiting for the symptoms to get worst then only testing and treating them, according to what I have been hearing and reading.

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  • Kingsgrove:

    The large fluctuation in the number of migrant workers cases in the recent days is very odd.
    MOH said this is because ‘a laboratory was clearing backlogged cases’.
    It is a puzzle how ‘clearing backlogs’ by a laboratory could lead to such a large fluctuation, which has not been reported by another country.

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  • Bad Boy:

    http://www.huogua.net/wap/a/33559

    半个月内三名学生跑步猝死,剧烈运动不宜戴口罩!

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  • Hu Chian:

    Quote, sg.news.yahoo.com- COVID-19: Migrant workers were on MOM’s radar since January – Josephine Teo

    1) @westgate 6.07PM 17 minutes ago

    This is pure nonsense. I have gone through at least 2 audits by MoM and if the same standard is applied to the dorms, they will be stopped as early as Feb.

    They failed in the following areas when they detected 4 migrant workers infected.

    1. Should have done sampling at at the dorms starting then. They did not.
    2. Should have audited the environment (in fact they know this from decades ago) and immediately fix it. If they can be so demanding on companies, clearly, they can be the same with the dorm operators.

    If these 2 steps were done, we will not be in this mess today. And they have the cheek to claim they migrant workers are in their radar. What a joke. The results speak for itself. When you fail, you acknowledge instead of grasping at straws to defend it. The scariest part is that if something so obvious about their failure and they do not want to acknowledge, they will certainly fail us again!

    2) @joe (6.07PM) 48 minutes ago

    If it has indeed been on your radar since January (and we do not have anything to verify this other than your word!), and yet you allow the situation to deteriorate until we have now more than 18,000 cases, surely it means that you were not competent to arrest this early enough. What is the point of knowing a problem early but not doing anything to prevent it from getting worse. If anything, it shows that you have been negligent in your ministerial duties. come on !!

    3) @joe (6.07PM) 11 minutes ago

    Isn’t January the time when our government was telling ask not to wear mask unless you are sick? Now she is saying that the dorm situation was in their radar since then ??. Seriously. You know and I know that during that time, the government was not taking this seriously enough. Now you are saying you knew all along the seriousness since Jan? Come on, everyone knows that this is just plain untrue… who are you trying to bluff?

    4) @Raj (6.07PM) 3 minutes ago
    Oh my, why is she still hanging around spouting half-truths and spinning a fiction, when in reality she bungled it big-time. The fact is this: low priority and feigning ignorance to the myriad feedback from relevant agencies and her own subordinates. I wonder how on earth is she getting away with all these nonsensical talk. I suppose arrogance which is a salient characteristic of herself that has trumped wisdom and humility.

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    COVID-19: Migrant workers were on MOM’s radar since …
    https://sg.news.yahoo.com/covid-19-migrant-workers-were-on-mo-ms-radar-since-january-josephine-teo-083406682.html

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  • trublu:

    I GUESS 30K or there-abouts?

    so much pain due to too much dependency on hindsight.
    ministers still like kindergarten kids.
    mentors ill-qualified?
    HUMILITY- NIX!
    ARROGANCE – TOO MUCH! OUTCOME: F – FAIL,FAIL.FAIL!

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  • Uselesspap:

    https://youtu.be/XYMA-u_wKBc

    What a GREAT WAY to let $$$ fly into our SWISS BANKS

    CRONIES OF PAP SINGS !!!

    BUY, SELL, TRADE,

    ” SLAVES”

    from India, Bangladesh, Burmese, Philipinos,

    Etc

    Etc

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  • @trublu

    No matter how the figures are controlled and massage, it will come ouot sooner or later, maybe after the GE.

    The problem with the current control measures is that it will result in more infections like what is happenning in the workers dorms right now. Had action been taken earlier to seperate the non-infected, the figures would not be so high.

    Anyway, you can’t change this gahment, so just have to accept that Sinkie island is now a Nazi-like concentration camps with residents waiting to be infected, like those in the dorms.

    Only after the GE then and only then the gahment will do something about it, if they are still around by then. lol

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  • She will regrets:

    Figures are still so high in dorm despite 40 days of stay in . If we continue this way without doing something drastic . The transmission will continue for a long time . She will regret what she says , when community transmission returns

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