Two deaths 788 new COVID-19 cases totaling 20,198 as of 6th May 2020

The Ministry of Heath (MOH) has confirmed and verified an additional 788 cases of COVID-19:

  • Imported Cases: 0 (total 579)
  • Dormitory Cases: 759 (total 17,758)
  • Community Cases *: 29 (total 1,861)
  • Community Un-linked **: 15 (total 737)
* 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 cases that are still currently un-linked. 

Death From COVID-19

Two more deaths were reported on 6th May 2020, bringing the total death tally to 20.

1. Case 1414, a 97 year-old female Singaporean has passed away from complications due to COVID-19 infection on 5 May 2020 night. She was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 7 April, and had a history of hypertension.

2. Case 1528, a 73 year-old male Singaporean has passed away from complications due to COVID-19 infection on 6 May 2020. He was confirmed to have COVID-19 infection on 7 April, and had a history of hypertension, hyperlipidaemia and diabetes mellitus.

Status of Confirmed Cases

  • Isolated ***: 17,082
  • Hospitalised: 1,462
  • Discharged From Hospital: 1,634
  • Passed Away Due To COVID-19: 20

Of the total confirmed cases, 23 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 7 (new) clusters were announced, bringing the total number of known clusters to 182.

Item Location of Cluster Cases New
1 S11 Dormitory  @  Punggol (2 Seletar North Link) 2526
2 Tuas View Dormitory @ 70 Tuas South Avenue 1 1137
3 Sungei Tengah Lodge @ 500 Old Choa Chu Kang Road 1046
4 Jurong Penjuru Dormitory @ 58 Penjuru Place 453
5 Kranji Lodge I @ 12 Kranji Road 410
6 Hulett Dormitory @ 20 Senoko Drive 402
7 Changi Lodge II @ 80 Tanah Merah Coast Road 399
8 Westlite Mandai @ 34 Mandai Estate 370
9 North Coast Lodge @ 51 North Coast Avenue 364
10 Cochrane Lodge II @ 49 Admiralty Road West 354
11 Mandai Lodge I @ 460 Mandai Road 346
12 Woodlands Lodge I @ 50 Woodlands Industrial park E4 333
13 Seatown Dormitory @ 69H Tuas South Avenue 1 316
14 Westlite Toh Guan dormitory @ 18 Toh Guan Road East 292
15 PPT Lodge 1A @ 8 Seletar North Link 281
16 Cochrane Lodge I @ 51 Admiralty Road West 254
17 Kian Teck Dormitory (26 Kian Teck Avenue) 251
18 CDPL Tuas Dormitory @ 6 Tuas South Street 15 222
19 Homestay Lodge @ 39 Kaki Bukit Avenue 3 221
20 Avery Lodge Dormitory @ 2D Jalan Papan 220
21 31 Sungei Kadut Avenue dormitory 214
22 Woodlands Lodge II @ 190 Woodlands Industrial Park E7 206
23 SJ Dormitory @ 180 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 194
24 10 Shaw Road Industrial Building 181 24 Apr
25 Toh Guan Dormitory @ 19A Toh Guan Road East 179
26 21B Senoko Loop (Tellus Industrial Complex,) 176
27 Alaunia Lodge @ Admiralty Road West 165 24 Apr
28 Shaw Lodge @ 12 Shaw Road 157
29 Tuas South Dormitory @ 1 Tuas South Street 12 156
30 Acacia Lodge @ 530-540 Bukit Batok Street 23 144
31 32 Tuas View Square Industrial building 141
32 13 Senoko Way Industrial Building 140
33 8 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 139
34 Sembawang Shipyard @ Admiralty Road West 133
35 Kenyon/ UBS construction site @ 9 Penang Road 132
36 21 Tuas View Square Commercial Buildinig 131 2 May
37 3 Sungei Kadut Street 6 130 26 Apr
38 17 Sungei Kadut Street 4 (Group Industries) 125
39 Tech Park Crescent dormitory @ 43 Tech Park Crescent 124
40 Mustafa Centre @ 145 Syed Alwi Road 124
41 Cassia @ 15 Penjuru Walk 123
42 Jurong Apartments @ 553 Upper Jurong Road 118
43 Woodlands Dormitory @ 27 Woodlands Sector 1 118
44 10 Gul Drive Commercial Building 118 30 Apr
45 2 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 115 24 Apr
46 SCM Tuas Lodge @ 80 Tuas South Boulevard 113 25 Apr
47 4 Sungei Kadut Street 2 (Teacly Building) 109
48 SSKBJV Dormitory @ 31A Tanah Merah Coast Road 105 24 Apr
49 Tampines Dormitory @ 2 Tampines Place 97
50 Kranji Dormitory @ 17 Kranji Way 92
51 17 Jalan Besut Industrial Building 90
52 Westlite Woodlands Dormitory @ 2 Woodlands Sector 2 88
53 85 Kallang Dormitory @ 85 Kallang Avenue 88
54 Leo dormitory @ 23 Kaki Bukit Road 3 87
55 61 Senoko Drive Industrial Building 86
56 Project Glory construction site 82
57 107 West Coast Vale Construction Site 78 25 Apr
58 15 Tuas View Square (Matex) 78 1 May
59 The Jovell construction site 76
60 59 Sungei Kadut Loop Commercial Buildinig 75
61 33 Sungei Kadut Loop (Zap Piling Industrial Building) 73 28 Apr
62 21 Defu South Street 1 (Soilbuild Prefab Innovation Hub) 69 25 Apr
63 Tampines Street 62 66 6 May
64 11 Tuas Avenue 10 Commercial Buildinig 64 24 Apr
65 23H Sungei Kadut Street 1 61 28 Apr
66 18 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 60
67 Pesko Engineering Pte Ltd @ 2 Joo Koon Road 60
68 2 Tuas South Street 2 (Sprintecs Industrial Building) 60 2 May
69 36 Tuas View Square Factory Building 57
70 Lingjack Dormitory @ 1 Woodlands Terrace 57 27 Apr
71 17 Shaw Road Dormitory (Poh Wah Group) 57 29 Apr
72 5 Fourth Chin Bee Road 55 6 May
73 12 Loyang Drive (Jackly) 50
74 10 Kian Teck Crescent dormitory 50
75 SAFRA Jurong (private singing event) 47
76 36 Woodlands Industrial Park E1 47
77 Kian Teck Hostel @ 30 Kian Teck Avenue 47 25 Apr
78 Melody Springs construction site @ 477A Yishun Street 44 46 4 May
79 5 Kian Teck Crescent 46 26 Apr
80 2 Fan Yoong Road Commercial Building 44 30 Apr
81 Proptech Pte Ltd @ 38 Senoko Road 43 26 Apr
82 182 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 43 29 Apr
83 51 Paya Ubi Industrial Park 42
84 Westlite Juniper @ 23 Mandai Estate 39 24 Apr
85 3 Senoko Link (Wing Tuck) 36 27 Apr
86 148 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 35 1 May
87 10 Kranji Link (Siong Kee Building) 34
88 33 Senoko Way Dormitory (Poh Wah Group) 34 29 Apr
89 11 Defu Lane 1 (Defu Industrial Park A) 33 29 Apr
90 TTJ Design & Engineering Pte Ltd @ 57 Pioneer Road 33
91 Hai Leck Engineering Pte Ltd @ 9 Tuas Avenue 1 32 4 May
92 National University Hospital @ 5 Lower Kent Ridge Road 30
93 40 Tuas View Square Commercial Building 30
94 23 Sungei Kadut Street 2 (Woh Hup) 30 3 May
95 23 Kaki Bukit Road 6 (Greyform Building) 30 30 Apr
96 5 Sungei Kadut Avenue Commercial Building 29
97 PCF Sparkletots @ Fengshan 27
98 Clementi N2C3 construction site 27 5 May
99 8 Martin Place Construction Site 26 25 Apr
100 ASPRIWestlite Papan @ 5 Jalan Papan 26 25 Apr
101 JTC Space @ Tuas (16 Tuas Avenue 1) 25 30 Apr
102 9A Tech Park Crescent (A&B Group) 25 3 May
103 35 Tuas View Walk 2 (Dove Industries) 25 6 May
104 Grace Assembly of God church 23
105 2 Woodlands Industrial Park E1 22 27 Apr
106 Joo Koon Lodge @ 68 Joo Koon Circle 22 1 May
107 81 Tuas South Street 5 22
108 1 Tuas Avenue 10 Industrial Buiilding 21 30 Apr
109 24 Benoi Place Commercial Building 21 30 Apr
110 15 Gul Way (Precise Two) 21 3 May
111 Hai Leck Engineering Pte Ltd @ 12 Tuas Drive 1 21 27 Apr
112 20 Sungei Kadut Avenue 19 1 May
113 51H Tuas South Ave 1 (Tuas Cove Industrial Centre) 19 28 Apr
114 10 Tagore Drive (Wah Loon Building) 18 28 Apr
115 CitiWall @ 34 Kaki Bukit Crescent 17
116 54/56 Tuas View Square (New Millenium Engineering Pte Ltd) 17 30 Apr
117 Blue Stars Dormitory @ 3 Kian Teck Lane 17
118 80 Tuas Avenue 1 Commercial Building 17 5 May
119 Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home @ 1 Thomson Lane 16
120 8 Sungei Kadut Loop Commercial Building 16
121 Wing Fong Court Condo @ 10 Lorong 14 Geylang 16
122 9 Gul Street 1 (Positive Engineering Pte Ltd) 16 27 Apr
123 34 Sungei Kadut Loop Industrial Building 16 2 May
124 60 Benoi Road Commercial Building 16 5 May
125 5 Neythal Road Industrial Building 16 2 May
126 Grandwork Building @ 7 Sungei Kadut Street 3 16
127 15 Tuas View Close (TMS) 16 5 May
128 50A Tuas Link 4 Commercial Building 16 6 May
129 Northpoint City @ 930 Yishun Avenue 2 15 25 Apr
130 36 & 38 Kian Teck Drive 15 6 May
131 Wizlearn Technologies @ Singapore Science Park 14
132 Acacia Home @ 30 Admiralty Street 14 27 Apr
133 17 Soon Lee Road Commercial Building 14 30 Apr
134 106 International Road Industrial Building 14 29 Apr
135 6 Tuas Basin Link Commercial Building 14 4 May
136 44 Toh Guan Road East (Enterprise Hub) 14 27 Apr
137 12 Tuas View Place Commercial Building 14 1 May
138 9 Tech Park Crescent (Shipblast Marine) 14 5 May
139 ABC Hostel @ 3 Jalan Kubor 13
140 9 Benoi Crescent Industrial Building 13 30 Apr
141 20 Benoi Lane (PEC) 13 6 May
142 64 Woodlands Industrial Park E9 12 3 May
143 Dover Court International School 11
144 234 Balestier Road Shop Houses 11
145 1 North Coast Drive (North Coast Industrial Park) 11 5 May
146 Life Church and Missions Singapore 10
147 Wilby Residences @ 15 Queen Street 10
148 55 Sungei Kadut Loop dormitory 10
149 16 Fan Yoong Road Commercial Building 10 3 May
150 Yong Thai Hang health products shop 9
151 Hero’s Pub @ Circular Road 9
152 Keppel Shipyard @ Pioneer Sector 1 9
153 19 Kian Teck Road 9 1 May
154 14 Tech Park Crescent 9 6 May
155 SingPost Centre @ 10 Eunos Road 8 8
156 Black Tap Restaurant @ Marina Bay Sands 8
157 6 Battery Road construction work site 8
158 2 Tuas Avenue 10 Industrial Building 8 30 Apr
159 Tuas South Incineration Plant @ 98 Tuas South Avenue 3 8 1 May
160 31 Sungei Kadut Loop 8 5 May
161 McDonald’s @ Forum, Lido, Geylang East Central and Parklane 7
162 133 Tuas View Square (Ensure Engineering) 7 26 Apr
163 100A Central Boulevard 7 5 May
164 131 Tuas View Square (Westlinke Techpark) 7 5 May
165 Maxwell MRT station construction [email protected] Neil Road 6
166 Singapore Cricket Club @ A Connaught Drive 6
167 Natureland East Coast @ 907 East Coast Road 6 24 Apr
168 112 Neythal Road Commercial Building 6 24 Apr
169 16 Tuas Avenue 3 6 2 May
170 Ce La Vi @ 1 Bay Front Avenue (Marina Bay Sands) 5
171 The Orange Ballroom @ Tanjong Katong Complex 5
172 ICA Building @10 Kallang Road 5
173 Seletar Aerospace Heights construction site 5
174 Strand Hotel @ 25 Bencoolen Street 5 24 Apr
175 Institute of Mental Health @ 10 Buangkok View 5 30 Apr
176 Church of Singapore @ Bukit Timah 4
177 The Wedding Brocade @ Yishun 4
178 Grand Hyatt Hotel (business meeting) 3
179 A boulder+ Gym shop @ Aperia 3
180 Masjid Al-Muttaqin @ 5140 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 3
181 Little Gems Preschool @ 3 Ang Mo Kio Street 62 3
182 NCS Hub @ 5 Ang Mo Kio Street 62 3 3 May

The island city remains the most infected country in Southeast Asia, the 2nd most infected country in the world in terms of residential land mass [LINK] and the 3rd most infected country in Asia, after China and India.

 

 

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11 Responses to “Two deaths 788 new COVID-19 cases totaling 20,198 as of 6th May 2020”

  • Dio leh Luo MO:

    No need to test these FW anymore. Most of the 300k will be infected, sooner or later. The G had planned earlier for the locals for a mass community spread to reduce health care resources and system overload. Stay home.

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  • trublu:

    Many others seeing decreasing incidence,here,not the case?
    Now got HINDSIGHT oredy,so,blame what still?

    I tell you,when in doubt,DOUBT YOURSELVE$ first !

    If you keep pointing fingers at others,you will never do right.
    Look into the mirror,there lies the ERROR!

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  • Reality:

    The numbers of infected will goes up as more tests are done..
    The Virus spread is much wider than thought.
    Same for other countries…

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  • patriot of TUMASIK:

    Dio leh Luo MO:
    No need to test these FW anymore. Most of the 300k will be infected, sooner or later. The G had planned earlier for the locals for a mass community spread to reduce health care resources and system overload. Stay home.

    The FWs TIMEBOMB had exploded the H-Bomb will follow soon…

    another TIMEBOMB is due with the Domestic Helps scattered all over the island, may not be in the same level as the FWs but nonetheless it will implode on the families with elderly and children easily swept under the carpet

    Evil Reigns!!!

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  • NotMyProblem:

    I am not sure if the taskforce found the magic solution already, with so many hindsight before their eyes. Or they still need to rewind the clock??

    Almost half of those affected countries already going back to some normalcy, when would SG doing the same??

    After 1 June are we still the same with infections in the dorms??

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  • Why ?:

    Why did the Govt decided to bring back 30,000 PRC people from China after CNY ?

    The damage can be seen now. Its the worse decision by the Covid Task Force.

    20 Lives have been lost and families shattered !!

    This karma and curse from the families will be seen in the coming election when PAP will lose at least 2 GRCs and few more SMCs

    Karma already broke the PAP machinery backbone. it will only get worse in coming weeks.

    Whatever happens, we don’t need another Minister Mentor to be appointed after the election.

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  • uselesstankinl:

    WHEN they ” ALLOWED” 30,000 PRC to. come back,

    it BREAKS the camel’s BACK !!!

    THESE 30,000 PRC CAME BACK WITH COVID19,
    where were they quarantine, IN HOTELS ?

    THEY Spread them to the Banglas and Indians, Burmese in the DOMITORIES.. SITTING DUCKS…

    DO MOM and PAP care ????
    hell “NO”

    becaused their “CRONIES” “PUPPETS”

    MUST GET RICH,

    SO PAP ELECTION FUNDS KEEP COMING IN !!!

    seems like sinkies “LOVED” these PRC’S

    PLS VOTE FOR PAP , STUPID SINKUES

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  • It is obvious why they are not testing the local community actively, because that would probably surge the community cases to 3 digits and then people will start worrying and say gahment useless, affecting the votes.

    From the daily figures, I DO NOT believe that they are running at max capacity of 8000 tests a day. Having seen the trends in China and considering the late deployment of measures in Sinkieland, I am more inclined to believe that they are doing an average of 3000 per day, returning a positive rate of about 30%.

    Reason why community positives are so low is because the community is NOT proactively tested while the dorms are already highly infected, so more workers will report sick daily returning more positives. Also, the dorms are also proactively tested.

    For community cases, there is the GP acting as buffer, the medication they gave may have helped ‘hide’ the symptoms, so delaying any testing which should have been done. MOH has lists of medical workers that went to GPs a couple of times before being admitted and then tested, that proves my point.

    What do you think?

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  • NotMyProblem:

    The WHO says Singapore is the worst hit with Covid-19, are they going to take the “gold standard” accolades back? We already paid $750,000 for it!!

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  • SG Boleh:

    With these many clusters spread across the island, it is impossible not to think that the virus has spread into the local community in larger numbrs than what is actually reported. The most likely explanation is there is no universal testing done. The govt should get the whole population tested before lifting up the CB or calling for the GE. Testing ought to be the priority, not the GE.

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  • Trust only myself:

    Very few FDWs infected?
    Better don’t believe this……..another bomb going to explode if not tested fast enough.

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