Two more healthcare workers 741 fresh COVID-19 infections totaling 20,939 as of 7th May 2020

The Ministry of Heath (MOH) has confirmed and verified an additional 741 cases of COVID-19:

  • Imported Cases: 0 (total 579)
  • Dormitory Cases: 725 (total 18,483)
  • Community Cases *: 16 (total 1,877)
  • Community Un-linked **: 9 (total 745)
* 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. 

Healthcare Workers Infected

  1. Case 20737 is a 33 year-old female Singaporean who was confirmed infected on 6th May, and is currently warded at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID).  She was a healthcare assistant at Tan Tock Seng Hospital.
  2. Case 20844 is a 43 year-old male Singaporean who was confirmed infected 7th May, and is currently warded at NCID. He was working as a radiographer at the community care facility at Singapore EXPO. There are currently a total of 4 healthcare workers infected at Singapore EXPO.

Status of Confirmed Cases

  • Isolated ***: 17,831
  • Hospitalised: 1,376
  • Discharged From Hospital: 1,712
  • Death Due To COVID-19: 20
  • Death Not Due To COVID-19: 6

Of the total confirmed cases, 19 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 188.

Item Location of Cluster Cases New
1 S11 Dormitory  @  Punggol (2 Seletar North Link) 2529
2 Tuas View Dormitory @ 70 Tuas South Avenue 1 1164
3 Sungei Tengah Lodge @ 500 Old Choa Chu Kang Road 1053
4 Jurong Penjuru Dormitory @ 58 Penjuru Place 478
5 Kranji Lodge I @ 12 Kranji Road 418
6 Changi Lodge II @ 80 Tanah Merah Coast Road 415
7 Hulett Dormitory @ 20 Senoko Drive 410
8 Westlite Mandai @ 34 Mandai Estate 381
9 North Coast Lodge @ 51 North Coast Avenue 373
10 Cochrane Lodge II @ 49 Admiralty Road West 358
11 Mandai Lodge I @ 460 Mandai Road 356
12 Woodlands Lodge I @ 50 Woodlands Industrial park E4 339
13 Seatown Dormitory @ 69H Tuas South Avenue 1 330
14 Westlite Toh Guan dormitory @ 18 Toh Guan Road East 301
15 PPT Lodge 1A @ 8 Seletar North Link 288
16 Kian Teck Dormitory (26 Kian Teck Avenue) 262
17 Cochrane Lodge I @ 51 Admiralty Road West 257
18 CDPL Tuas Dormitory @ 6 Tuas South Street 15 246
19 Avery Lodge Dormitory @ 2D Jalan Papan 241
20 Homestay Lodge @ 39 Kaki Bukit Avenue 3 229
21 31 Sungei Kadut Avenue dormitory 214
22 Woodlands Lodge II @ 190 Woodlands Industrial Park E7 208
23 SJ Dormitory @ 180 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 195
24 Tuas South Dormitory @ 1 Tuas South Street 12 192
25 10 Shaw Road Industrial Building 185 24 Apr
26 Toh Guan Dormitory @ 19A Toh Guan Road East 183
27 21B Senoko Loop (Tellus Industrial Complex,) 176
28 Alaunia Lodge @ Admiralty Road West 171 24 Apr
29 Shaw Lodge @ 12 Shaw Road 164
30 8 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 145
31 Acacia Lodge @ 530-540 Bukit Batok Street 23 144
32 32 Tuas View Square Industrial building 142
33 SSKBJV Dormitory @ 31A Tanah Merah Coast Road 142 24 Apr
34 2 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 141 24 Apr
35 13 Senoko Way Industrial Building 140
36 Cassia @ 15 Penjuru Walk 136
37 Sembawang Shipyard @ Admiralty Road West 133
38 3 Sungei Kadut Street 6 133 26 Apr
39 10 Gul Drive Commercial Building 133 30 Apr
40 Kenyon/ UBS construction site @ 9 Penang Road 132
41 21 Tuas View Square Commercial Buildinig 131 2 May
42 17 Sungei Kadut Street 4 (Group Industries) 125
43 Tech Park Crescent dormitory @ 43 Tech Park Crescent 124
44 Mustafa Centre @ 145 Syed Alwi Road 124
45 Woodlands Dormitory @ 27 Woodlands Sector 1 123
46 Jurong Apartments @ 553 Upper Jurong Road 119
47 SCM Tuas Lodge @ 80 Tuas South Boulevard 113 25 Apr
48 4 Sungei Kadut Street 2 (Teacly Building) 109
49 Tampines Dormitory @ 2 Tampines Place 98
50 85 Kallang Dormitory @ 85 Kallang Avenue 98
51 Leo dormitory @ 23 Kaki Bukit Road 3 98
52 Kranji Dormitory @ 17 Kranji Way 92
53 17 Jalan Besut Industrial Building 90
54 61 Senoko Drive Industrial Building 87
55 Westlite Woodlands Dormitory @ 2 Woodlands Sector 2 86
56 Project Glory construction site 82
57 59 Sungei Kadut Loop Commercial Buildinig 82
58 107 West Coast Vale Construction Site 80 25 Apr
59 15 Tuas View Square (Matex) 78 1 May
60 Tampines Street 62 77 6 May
61 The Jovell construction site 76
62 33 Sungei Kadut Loop (Zap Piling Industrial Building) 73 28 Apr
63 21 Defu South Street 1 (Soilbuild Prefab Innovation Hub) 70 25 Apr
64 2 Tuas South Street 2 (Sprintecs Industrial Building) 67 2 May
65 11 Tuas Avenue 10 Commercial Buildinig 65 24 Apr
66 Lingjack Dormitory @ 1 Woodlands Terrace 64 27 Apr
67 23H Sungei Kadut Street 1 61 28 Apr
68 18 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 60
69 Pesko Engineering Pte Ltd @ 2 Joo Koon Road 60
70 17 Shaw Road Dormitory (Poh Wah Group) 60 29 Apr
71 36 Tuas View Square Factory Building 57
72 5 Fourth Chin Bee Road 55 6 May
73 10 Kian Teck Crescent dormitory 51
74 16 Tuas Avenue 3 51 2 May
75 12 Loyang Drive (Jackly) 50
76 Melody Springs construction site @ 477A Yishun Street 44 50 4 May
77 Proptech Pte Ltd @ 38 Senoko Road 50 26 Apr
78 SAFRA Jurong (private singing event) 47
79 36 Woodlands Industrial Park E1 47
80 Kian Teck Hostel @ 30 Kian Teck Avenue 47 25 Apr
81 2 Fan Yoong Road Commercial Building 47 30 Apr
82 182 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 47 29 Apr
83 5 Kian Teck Crescent 46 26 Apr
84 51 Paya Ubi Industrial Park 42
85 20 Sungei Kadut Avenue 42 1 May
86 4 Sungei Kadut Avenue Industrial Building 42 7 May
87 Hai Leck Engineering Pte Ltd @ 9 Tuas Avenue 1 41 4 May
88 5 Tech Park Crescent 40 7 May
89 Westlite Juniper @ 23 Mandai Estate 39 24 Apr
90 3 Senoko Link (Wing Tuck) 36 27 Apr
91 148 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 35 1 May
92 10 Kranji Link (Siong Kee Building) 34
93 33 Senoko Way Dormitory (Poh Wah Group) 34 29 Apr
94 11 Defu Lane 1 (Defu Industrial Park A) 33 29 Apr
95 TTJ Design & Engineering Pte Ltd @ 57 Pioneer Road 33
96 Clementi N2C3 construction site 32 5 May
97 JTC Space @ Tuas (16 Tuas Avenue 1) 32 30 Apr
98 40 Tuas View Square Commercial Building 31
99 23 Kaki Bukit Road 6 (Greyform Building) 31 30 Apr
100 98 Kaki Bukit Industrial Terrace 31 7 May
101 National University Hospital @ 5 Lower Kent Ridge Road 30
102 23 Sungei Kadut Street 2 (Woh Hup) 30 3 May
103 10 Tagore Drive (Wah Loon Building) 30 28 Apr
104 5 Neythal Road Industrial Building 30 2 May
105 5 Sungei Kadut Avenue Commercial Building 29
106 ASPRIWestlite Papan @ 5 Jalan Papan 29 25 Apr
107 9 Tech Park Crescent (Shipblast Marine) 28 5 May
108 PCF Sparkletots @ Fengshan 27
109 8 Martin Place Construction Site 26 25 Apr
110 9A Tech Park Crescent (A&B Group) 25 3 May
111 35 Tuas View Walk 2 (Dove Industries) 25 6 May
112 24 Benoi Place Commercial Building 25 30 Apr
113 Joo Koon Lodge @ 68 Joo Koon Circle 24 1 May
114 19 Kian Teck Road 24 1 May
115 Grace Assembly of God church 23
116 15 Gul Way (Precise Two) 23 3 May
117 12 Tuas View Place Commercial Building 23 1 May
118 2 Woodlands Industrial Park E1 22 27 Apr
119 81 Tuas South Street 5 22
120 64 Woodlands Industrial Park E9 22 3 May
121 1 Tuas Avenue 10 Industrial Buiilding 21 30 Apr
122 60 Benoi Road Commercial Building 20 5 May
123 51H Tuas South Ave 1 (Tuas Cove Industrial Centre) 19 28 Apr
124 Blue Stars Dormitory @ 3 Kian Teck Lane 19
125 80 Tuas Avenue 1 Commercial Building 18 5 May
126 CitiWall @ 34 Kaki Bukit Crescent 17
127 54/56 Tuas View Square (New Millenium Engineering Pte Ltd) 17 30 Apr
128 15 Tuas View Close (TMS) 17 5 May
129 36 & 38 Kian Teck Drive 17 6 May
130 Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home @ 1 Thomson Lane 16
131 8 Sungei Kadut Loop Commercial Building 16
132 Wing Fong Court Condo @ 10 Lorong 14 Geylang 16
133 9 Gul Street 1 (Positive Engineering Pte Ltd) 16 27 Apr
134 34 Sungei Kadut Loop Industrial Building 16 2 May
135 Grandwork Building @ 7 Sungei Kadut Street 3 16
136 50A Tuas Link 4 Commercial Building 16 6 May
137 Northpoint City @ 930 Yishun Avenue 2 15 25 Apr
138 3 Tuas Drive 1 Commercial Building 15 7 May
139 Wizlearn Technologies @ Singapore Science Park 14
140 Acacia Home @ 30 Admiralty Street 14 27 Apr
141 17 Soon Lee Road Commercial Building 14 30 Apr
142 106 International Road Industrial Building 14 29 Apr
143 6 Tuas Basin Link Commercial Building 14 4 May
144 44 Toh Guan Road East (Enterprise Hub) 14 27 Apr
145 ABC Hostel @ 3 Jalan Kubor 13
146 9 Benoi Crescent Industrial Building 13 30 Apr
147 20 Benoi Lane (PEC) 13 6 May
148 Dover Court International School 11
149 234 Balestier Road Shop Houses 11
150 1 North Coast Drive (North Coast Industrial Park) 11 5 May
151 16 Fan Yoong Road Commercial Building 11 3 May
152 Hai Leck Engineering Pte Ltd @ 12 Tuas Drive 1 10 27 Apr
153 Life Church and Missions Singapore 10
154 Wilby Residences @ 15 Queen Street 10
155 55 Sungei Kadut Loop dormitory 10
156 Yong Thai Hang health products shop 9
157 Hero’s Pub @ Circular Road 9
158 Keppel Shipyard @ Pioneer Sector 1 9
159 14 Tech Park Crescent 9 6 May
160 2 Tuas Avenue 10 Industrial Building 9 30 Apr
161 133 Tuas View Square (Ensure Engineering) 9 26 Apr
162 SingPost Centre @ 10 Eunos Road 8 8
163 Black Tap Restaurant @ Marina Bay Sands 8
164 6 Battery Road construction work site 8
165 Tuas South Incineration Plant @ 98 Tuas South Avenue 3 8 1 May
166 31 Sungei Kadut Loop 8 5 May
167 5 Sixth Lok Yang Road (BRC Asia) 8 7 May
168 McDonald’s @ Forum, Lido, Geylang East Central and Parklane 7
169 100A Central Boulevard 7 5 May
170 131 Tuas View Square (Westlinke Techpark) 7 5 May
171 Maxwell MRT station construction [email protected] Neil Road 6
172 Singapore Cricket Club @ A Connaught Drive 6
173 Natureland East Coast @ 907 East Coast Road 6 24 Apr
174 112 Neythal Road Commercial Building 6 24 Apr
175 52 Tuas View Square (Advanced Engineering Group) 6 7 May
176 Ce La Vi @ 1 Bay Front Avenue (Marina Bay Sands) 5
177 The Orange Ballroom @ Tanjong Katong Complex 5
178 ICA Building @10 Kallang Road 5
179 Seletar Aerospace Heights construction site 5
180 Strand Hotel @ 25 Bencoolen Street 5 24 Apr
181 Institute of Mental Health @ 10 Buangkok View 5 30 Apr
182 Church of Singapore @ Bukit Timah 4
183 The Wedding Brocade @ Yishun 4
184 Grand Hyatt Hotel (business meeting) 3
185 A boulder+ Gym shop @ Aperia 3
186 Masjid Al-Muttaqin @ 5140 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 3
187 Little Gems Preschool @ 3 Ang Mo Kio Street 62 3
188 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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8 Responses to “Two more healthcare workers 741 fresh COVID-19 infections totaling 20,939 as of 7th May 2020”

  • REGIME CHANGE is the solution:

    Straits Times: Coronavirus: Conditions in dorms not main reason for clusters, says Tan Chuan-Jin

    “The highly contagious nature of the coronavirus and the fact that dorms involve groups of people living in close quarters are more likely to have contributed to the spread, said Mr Tan.”

    Exactly. Some viruses like COVID-19 are highly contagious. That is why the crowded dorms should not have been allowed in the first place. The dorms are a big public health risk from the start but were, nonetheless, allowed to be built and operate. PAP failed big-time.

    Tan Chuan Jin is an idiot.

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  • Terrible !!:

    Malaysia ranks 4th in global survey on public approval of Covid-19 crisis management.

    The survey, jointly conducted by Singapore’s leading social research agency Blackbox Research and international online panel specialist Toluna, saw China emerge tops with an index score of 85, followed by Vietnam at 77.

    India and the United Arab Emirates tied in third place with 59.
    Malaysia scored 58 points while Indonesia and Singapore tied at seventh place with 48 points.

    https://www.msn.com/en-sg/news/world/malaysia-ranks-4th-in-global-survey-on-public-approval-of-covid-19-crisis-management/ar-BB13LvVv?ocid=spartandhp

    Thanks to Josephine Teo, Lawrence Wong, Gan Kim Yong and Bugs Bunny Chan for the failures and incompetency for the 20,000+ infections and 20+ Deaths.

    All 4 of you deserve our country’s highest award for this National Day.

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  • trublu:

    Oh,what has Barbara Streisand got to say now?
    She was full of praises for our *smart* PM?
    Anyone checks her FACEBOOK OR TWITTER?

    Barbara shud just sing *THE WAY WE ‘were’*?

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  • Party loyalty = confusion:

    Whey people put party loyalty first, they talk rubbish.

    4=5, inside is not within, take advice is not take advice, always go up in value means zero value at the end, etc.

    REGIME CHANGE is the solution:
    Straits Times: Coronavirus: Conditions in dorms not main reason for clusters, says Tan Chuan-Jin

    “The highly contagious nature of the coronavirus and the fact that dorms involve groups of people living in close quarters are more likely to have contributed to the spread, said Mr Tan.”

    Exactly. Some viruses like COVID-19 are highly contagious. That is why the crowded dorms should not have been allowed in the first place. The dorms are a big public health risk from the start but were, nonetheless, allowed to be built and operate. PAP failed big-time.

    Tan Chuan Jin is an idiot.

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  • REGIME CHANGE is the solution:

    Party loyalty = confusion:
    Whey people put party loyalty first, they talk rubbish.

    4=5, inside is not within, take advice is not take advice, always go up in value means zero value at the end, etc.

    LKY and PAP never admit they made a mistake – HUBRIS. That is why Singapore needs regime change.

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  • Yes:

    REGIME CHANGE is the solution:
    Straits Times: Coronavirus: Conditions in dorms not main reason for clusters, says Tan Chuan-Jin

    “The highly contagious nature of the coronavirus and the fact that dorms involve groups of people living in close quarters are more likely to have contributed to the spread, said Mr Tan.”

    Exactly. Some viruses like COVID-19 are highly contagious. That is why the crowded dorms should not have been allowed in the first place. The dorms are a big public health risk from the start but were, nonetheless, allowed to be built and operate. PAP failed big-time.

    Tan Chuan Jin is an idiot.

    Yes. TCJ is also culpable as an ex-mom. Did no improvement then and now trying to exonerate mom. Anything that is happening now was a seed that took time to fester ripen. Things don’t happen overnight.

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  • Cannot see light in the tunnel:

    The tunnel is long and dark and until the Gahmen gets its acts together, be transparent and avoid selective reporting, it will be a while before we can see light at the end of the tunnel. In the past few days, we hear about 700 to 800 cases daily mainly from the dorms. On the surface, it appears we are improving from the 1000+ cases previously. However, these are tested cases. What about those that shows C19 symptoms and not tested but moved immediately into isolation or hospitals? How are these cases accounted?

    Pressure is increasing for the Gahmen to test locals and until that is done, the low figures are meaningless. Gahmen has just started to test residents in old folks homes and medical personnel when this exercise should have been done weeks ago concurrently with the dorms tests. We have lost precious time! Why were these local tests not carried out earlier? If it is due to the lack of health personnel, tell us and be honest.

    With daily new cases still in the hundreds, Lawrence Wong talks about gradual easing. For what? To show they world that we are on top of the crisis? Pride comes before a fall – so be very careful because if the Gahmen drops the ball again, they will face serious backlash.

    Lawrence Wong tells the public “Don’t rush to go out” when the restriction eases for selected retail outlets, barbers, hair-dressers, etc. I don’t need the benefit of hindsight to know that his advice will fall on deaf ears and there will be a big rush and social distancing will fly out of the window and back comes the restriction. Maybe not because of pride!

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  • NSR:

    PAP refuting accountability publicly via Facebook equates to shirking responsibilties n rejects mandate of power. Why the Presidernt and Judiciary not taking any action by the power bestored upoN them. Re the claim of. LHY n LWL true then that Separation of Power is compromise by Conflict of interest in public office appointment Here thereby should include the bizzard denial of conflict of interest by career sucess despite her legal background another sign of no sense of responsibility (NSR). On these issues, PAP could only has ground for resignatioN then irresponsibly calling for General. Election as COVID 19 infection rising sharply substantiating the zero accountability n responsibility. Singaporeans should not pay billions for. A govt openly denying accountability n responsibility n by continuing to endanger lives by its Inadequacy n extreme incompetence in calling for GE now. S ingaporeans should grant them their wish n remove their mand ate of governance which the PAP takes it as $billions revenue with no responsibility n accountability for their lives endangering policy n action! This is time for the Public Institution and President to assert their Constitution Rights of Independence n execise of Separation of. Power to get rid of their humiliation n Constitution Violation of compliancy as Lee Kuan Yew’s rejmaining childrmen n lhl sibling claimed publicly n unchallenged in Court as proclaimed publicly if untrue by LKY, GCT n he himself regardlessly. Ground of paternal shame of not legally contested because of blood link really compounded the shame by virtue of selective justice meaning going against the fundamentals of Justice n Democractic Principles of Equality as PAP claimed by intentionally dismissed upon public admission og ground of notnlegally contested becos of bloodlink but if they aren’t they willbsurely be legally sued. Such public proclaimation underlie the interpretation of the mandate of governance n their sense of responsibility(zero), accountability (zero), upholding Constitution (violarion), Equality, Justice for all regardless of race, religious faith.n background (via convenience of PAP ministers ((PORMA)!

    Time to exterminate irresponsibility, unaccountability, inequality, injustice n racism of the PAP nepotic regime going on to dynasty if reelected as warned by Lee Kuan Yew in the living bodies of his remaining children against his d**honourable son as claimed by the sibling. Restore Democracy with a multiparties Parliament n Government to recover our CPF on ground when it was founded by the First Generation PAP with Ministers like Goh Keng Swee, Lim Kim San , Ong Pang Boon …. n totally massacred by the FG generation today under the DHS public admission of selective equality n justice!

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