COVID-19: Here’s every coronavirus infection in Singapore on a map

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More than 70 people have been infected with the novel coronavirus in Singapore, less than two months since the outbreak began in China. 

A majority of those sickened by the COVID-19 disease in Singapore have been churchgoers, with at least 20 cases linked to the Grace Assembly of God and another six to Life Church and Missions Singapore. The spread of the virus among parishioners has prompted Singapore’s Roman Catholic Archdiocese to suspend mass at Catholic churches indefinitely. 

Other than churches, Singapore’s cases have also been linked to the business meeting at Grand Hyatt, the Yong Thai Hang Chinese medicine store and a construction site at Seletar Aerospace Heights. 

Among those infected, at least 40 are Singaporeans. Others include Chinese nationals, mostly tourists from the city of Wuhan where the outbreak began, as well as construction workers from Bangladesh and an Indonesian domestic worker. 

They have all visited numerous places across the city-state, including hotels and shops, and stayed at various places like Ang Mo Kio, Bukit Merah, and Jurong West. 

We’re tracing all of them in a regularly updated map and list below:

Click the top left icon for a list of all cases or on a coloured marker directly for more information.

108

A 34-year-old Filipino domestic worker employed by case No. 101 and works in the same household as case No. 102 was confirmed with the infection on March 2. She was taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital.

107 (Singaporean)

A 68-year-old Singaporean woman who traveled to Jakarta, Indonesia from Feb. 11 to 14 was confirmed with the COVID-19 infection on March 1. She is linked to the 94th patient and was taken to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases. She stays at Bishan Street 13.

106

A 54-year-old Japanese man working in Singapore and staying at Tampines Street 45 tested positive for the infection on March 1. He was taken to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

He works for WinTech Nano-Technology Services, located on the same floor as Wizlearn Technologies in Science Park. The latter is linked to at least 11 cases.

105 (Singaporean)

A 49-year-old Singaporean man linked to Wizlearn Technologies tested positive for COVID-19 on March 1. The man stays at Upper Bukit Timah Road and had attended a business meeting with the 95th patient at Toa Payoh Hub before he was taken to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

104

A 25-year-old Burmese maid working for the 103rd patient tested positive for COVID-19 on March 1. She visited Indonesia’s Batam city from Feb. 21 to 23 and mostly stayed home at Bukit Batok Street 31 before she was taken to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

103 (Singaporean)

A 37-year-old Singaporean woman, who is a family member of the 93rd patient and linked to the 101st patient, tested positive for COVID-19 on March 1. She had visited Indonesia’s Batam city from Feb. 21 to 23, gone to work at Asia Asset Recovery in Bukit Batok industrial park before she was taken to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases. She stays at Bukit Batok Street 31.

102 

A 41-year-old Filipino maid working for case No. 101 was confirmed with the infection on Feb. 29. The woman, who was taken to the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, had accompanied her employer to the eye clinic at the same hospital. She stays at Bukit Batok Street 24.

101 (Singaporean)

A 61-year-old Singaporean man linked to the 93rd patient tested positive for the infection on Feb. 29. He visited Batam from Feb. 21 to 23, gone to work at Asia Asset Recovery, and visited an eye clinic at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital with the 102nd patient before he was isolated at the same hospital. He stays at Bukit Batok Street 24.

100 

A 20-year-old Malaysian man linked to Wizlearn Technologies and was taken to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases tested positive for the infection on Feb. 28. He stays at Holland Avenue.

99 (Singaporean)

A 27-year-old Singaporean man linked to Wizlearn Technologies tested positive for the infection on Feb. 28. He stays at Jurong West Street 81.

98

A 24-year-old Singapore man linked to the 93rd, 95th and 97th patients tested positive for COVID-19 on Feb. 28. He stays at Jurong West Street 61.

97

A 44-year-old Singapore woman linked to the 93rd and 95th patient tested positive for COVID-19 on Feb. 27. She had gone to work and attended a business meeting at the Agency for Integrated Care on Maxwell Road before she was isolated at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases. She works for Wizlearn Technologies and stays at Choa Chu Kang North 5.

96 (Singaporean)

A 12-year-old Singaporean boy and family member of case No. 94 tested positive for the infection on Feb. 27. The Raffles Institution student was taken to the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital. He also attended a language class in Bishan before he was hospitalized. He stays in the Jalan Jurong Kechil area.

95 (Singaporean)

A 44-year-old Singaporean man linked to case No. 93 tested positive for the infection on Feb. 27. He had attended business meetings at Sport Singapore, the Singapore Aviation Academy, and Toa Payoh Hub before he was taken to the National Center for Infectious Diseases. He stays at Choa Chu Kang Crescent.

94 (Singaporean)

A 64-year-old Singaporean woman and family member of case No. 96 tested positive for the virus on Feb. 26. She mostly stayed home in the Jalan Jurong Kechil area before she was taken to the Singapore General Hospital.

93 (Singaporean)

A 38-year-old Singaporean man tested positive for the virus on Feb. 26 and has been isolated at the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital. He mostly stayed home at Bukit Batok Street 31 before that. He is linked to at least five other patients from the Wizlearn Technologies cluster.

92 (Singaporean)

A 47-year-old Singaporean man tested positive for the virus on Feb. 26 and has been isolated at the Sengkang General Hospital. He mostly stayed home at Serangoon Avenue 3 before that.

91 (Singaporean)

A 58-year-old Singaporean woman tested positive Feb. 22. She is linked to case 66th, who works for the Grace Assembly of God megachurch, and is married to case 83, who is linked to Life Church and Missions Singapore. She mostly stayed at her home at Rivervale Drive before she was admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases.

90 (Singaporean)

A 75-year-old Singaporean woman linked to the Life Church and Missions cluster tested positive for the virus on Feb. 23 and is isolated at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases. She mostly stayed home at Bishan Street 12 before she was admitted.

89

A 41-year-old Singapore permanent resident tested positive for the virus on Feb. 22.  He went to work at Affinity Equity Partners (S) Pte Ltd (8 Temasek Boulevard) and visited Bishan Community Club (51 Bishan Street 13) before he was hospitalized. He stays at Serangoon Avenue 3.

88 (Singaporean)

A 30-year-old Singaporean woman, linked to the 66th patient, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 22. She stays at Hougang Street 91.

87 (Singaporean)

A 32-year-old Singaporean man, who was among those repatriated from Wuhan on Feb. 9, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 21.  He is also linked to the 76th case.

86 (Singaporean)

A 24-year-old Singaporean student of the Singapore Institute of Technology, linked to the 82nd patient, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 20. He stays at Bukit Batok East Avenue 5.

85

A 36-year-old Chinese man working in Singapore and with no recent travel history to China tested positive for the virus on Feb. 20. He was taken to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases. 

84 (Singaporean)

A 35-year-old Singaporean woman linked to the Grace Assembly of God cluster tested positive for the virus on Feb. 19 and is being isolated at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

She went to work at Lonza Biologics (35 Tuas South Avenue 6) and visited Bugis Junction before she was hospitalized. She stays at the Aljunied Road area.

83 (Singaporean)

A 54-year-old Singaporean man linked to Life Church and Missions Singapore tested positive for the virus on Feb. 19 and is isolated at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases. He travels to Malaysia frequently for work.

He works at Philemon Singapore Pte Ltd (16 Kallang Place) and stays at Rivervale Drive.

82 (Singaporean)

A 57-year-old Singaporean woman. who was originally admitted to the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital for dengue tested positive for the coronavirus on Feb. 18. She had stayed at her home at Jurong West Street 41 and went to the Jurong Polyclinic before she was hospitalized.

81 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 50, linked to the Grace Assembly of God church tested positive on Feb. 18. He was taken to the National Center for Infectious Diseases. He stays at Lower Delta Road.

80 (Singaporean)

A 38-year-old Singaporean administrative staff at the National University Hospital tested positive for the virus on Feb. 18. She is linked to the 66th patient and stays at Fernvale Link.

79 

A 35-year-old Malaysian working in Singapore and a family member of the 72nd patient tested positive for the virus on Feb. 17. She stays at Woodlands Crescent and had gone to work at a food manufacturing facility in Admiralty before she was taken to the National Center for Infectious Diseases.

78 (Singaporean)

A 57-year-old Singaporean woman linked to the Grace Assembly of God church was taken to the National Center for Infectious Diseases and tested positive for the virus on Feb. 17. She stays in the Dairy Farm area and had worked at a hospital run by a voluntary welfare organization as administrative staff.

77 (Singaporean)

The second DBS bank employee tested positive for the virus on Feb. 17. The 35-year-old Singaporean man was a contact of the first DBS employee (Case 50) and was taken to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases. He reportedly worked at a satellite office at Ngee Ann City and stays at McNair Road.

76 (Singaporean)

A 1-month-old baby boy who was among the second batch of Singaporeans evacuated from Wuhan on Feb. 9 tested positive for the virus on Feb. 16. He was taken to the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

75 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 71, is related to the 41st patient and tested positive on Feb. 16, nine days since being quarantined. She is being isolated at the National Center for Infectious Diseases.

74 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 29, linked to the Grace Assembly of God church tested positive for the virus on Feb. 15. He stays at Mei Ling Street and had gone to work at the Hi-Yew Technology company on Ubi Road before he was admitted to the Alexandra Hospital on Feb. 15.

73 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 43, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 15. He is a soldier with the Singapore Armed Forces and lives at Lorong 8 Toa Payoh. He was identified as a close contact of the 51st patient and had attended a service at the Grace Assembly of God church on Tanglin Road before he was admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases.

72

A Chinese man, 40, with no recent travel history to China tested positive for the virus on Feb. 15. He was identified as a contact of the infected private healthcare worker (Case 59).

71 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 25, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 15. He was identified as a contact of an infected man (Case 66) linked to the Grace Assembly of God church.

70 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 27, is related to an infected man (Case 66) linked to the Grace Assembly of God church. She tested positive on Feb. 15. 

69

A 26-year-old man from Bangladesh and working in Singapore is linked to the Seletar Aerospace Heights construction site. He tested positive for the virus on Feb. 15. 

68 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 79, is related to an infected man (Case 66) linked to the Grace Assembly of God church and tested positive on Feb. 15. 

67 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 56, and family member of the 61st patient tested positive on Feb. 14. She had attended a service at the Grace Assembly of God church in Bukit Batok and accompanied the infected family member to the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and the National University Hospital before she was admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases. 

66 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 28, who works at the Grace Assembly of God church tested positive on Feb. 14. He had gone to work at the church and attended services at another church, called God’s Kingdom Bread of Life near Bishan, before he was admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases on Feb. 12. He stays at Mei Hwan Drive. 

65 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 61, is a family member of the infected DBS employee (Case 50) as well as the 55th patient. She tested positive on Feb. 14, two days after she was taken to the National Center for Infectious Diseases via ambulance. She attended a service at the Church of Christ the King in Ang Mo Kio and stayed at her home at Mei Hwan Drive prior to hospitalization.  

64 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 50, with no recent travel history to China tested positive on Feb. 14. The taxi driver staying at Jurong West Street 81 had gone to two clinics over four days before he was admitted to the National University Hospital on Feb. 13. 

63 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 54, is linked to the Grace Assembly of God church tested positive on Feb. 14. The employee of Singapore’s national water agency PUB stays at Potong Pasir Avenue 3 had isolated herself in a hotel room at the at the Marisson Hotel in Bugis before she was admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases. 

62 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 44, linked to the Grace Assembly of God church tested positive on Feb. 13. She mostly stayed at her home at Tanjong Pagar and sought treatments at a clinic before she was admitted to the Singapore General Hospital on Feb. 12. 

61 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 57, linked to the Grace Assembly of God church tested positive on Feb. 13. He had stayed at his home at Jurong West Street 64, went to work at the Legacy Office Supplies company at 56 Senang Crescent and sought treatments at the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and Pioneer Polyclinic before he was admitted to the National University Hospital. 

60 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 51, works at the Grace Assembly of God church on Tanglin Road and tested positive for the virus on Feb. 13. She mostly stayed at her home at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 and went to work before she was admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases. 

59 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean private healthcare worker, 61, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 13. The man had stayed at his home on Wilkinson Road, sought treatment at the Farrer Park Hospital followed by the Mount Elizabeth Hospital before he was admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases.

58 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 55, who works at the Grace Assembly of God church and stays at Jalan Kelichap tested positive on Feb. 13. He was admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases.

57 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 26, linked to the Grace Assembly of God church and stays at Senja Road tested positive on Feb. 13. He was admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases.

56

A 30-year-old man from Bangladesh tested positive on Feb. 13. He was identified as a close contact of the 47th infected patient – someone who worked at the construction site at Seletar Aerospace Heights – and was taken to the government quarantine facility. He fell ill on Feb. 12 and was subsequently admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases.

55 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 30, and family member of the infected DBS employee (Case 50) tested positive on Feb. 13. He had worked on Pulau Bukom and attended a mass at the Church of Christ the King in Ang Mo Kio before he was admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases on Feb. 12. 

54 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 55, linked to the Grace Assembly of God church and stays at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 tested positive on Feb. 13. She mostly stayed home at and sought treatment at a clinic before she was admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases on Feb. 12. 

53 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 54, linked to the Grace Assembly of God church and stays at Hillview Avenue tested positive for the virus on Feb. 12. He works at the National University of Singapore and had not interacted with students and colleagues since developing symptoms, the Health Ministry said.

52 

A 37-year-old man from Bangladesh who stays at a rental apartment at Campbell Lane in Little India tested positive on Feb. 12. He is linked to the Seletar Aerospace Heights construction site and was admitted to Tan Tock Seng Hospital.

51 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 48, who works at the Grace Assembly of God church tested positive on Feb. 12. He stays at Bishan Street 13 and had visited two clinics before he was admitted to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

50 (Singaporean)

An unnamed DBS bank employee, 62, tested positive on the morning of Feb. 12, causing 300 of his colleagues to be evacuated from the Marina Bay Financial Center Tower 3. The Singaporean man, who stays at Mei Hwan Drive in Ang Mo Kio, was isolated at the National Center for Infectious Diseases. He had visited two clinics prior to hospitalization, on Feb. 7, 10 and 11.

49 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 46, who works for the Grace Assembly of God church tested positive Feb. 11. He stays on Toh Guan Road and had visited church outlets on Tanglin Road and in Bukit Batok before being hospitalized at the National University Hospital.

48 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 34, who works for the Grace Assembly of God church tested positive Feb. 11. He stays at Bukit Batok Street 25 and had visited Malaysia on Jan. 26, the church outlets on Tanglin Road and in Bukit Batok, the Plaza Singapura shopping center, the Star Vista mall, and Fusionopolis in the One-North office district. He had also visited four different clinics before being admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases on Feb. 10.

47 

A 39-year-old Bangladesh national who had worked at the same place as the 42nd confirmed patient tested positive on Feb. 10. He developed symptoms on Feb. 6 and went to the clinic the next day. Before that, he had gone to work at the same construction site at 10 Seletar Aerospace Heights. He stays in a rental flat on Veerasamy Road.

46 

A 35-year-old man from Malaysia’s Johor Bahru who works at Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa Casino tested positive for the virus on Feb. 10. He developed symptoms on Feb. 5 and was taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital after visiting the clinic on Feb. 9.

45 (Singaporean)

A two-year-old Singaporean girl who was among those evacuated from Wuhan on Jan. 30 tested positive for the virus on Feb. 10. She is being warded at the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

44 (Singaporean)

A 37-year-old Singaporean man who works as a private cop for security firm Certis Cisco tested positive on Feb. 9 and is being warded at the Khoo Teck Puat Hospital.

Before he was hospitalized, the man had visited two confirmed patients before they tested positive to serve them with quarantine orders. He had also gone to the Certis Cisco center on Jalan Afifi near Paya Lebar and was also on duty at the annual Chingay street parade.

43 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 54, who worked at the Resorts World Sentosa tested positive for the virus on Feb. 8. He fell ill on Jan. 30 and had visited clinics multiple times before he was admitted to the Sengkang General Hospital on Feb. 6.

The man stayed at his home at Fernvale Close and worked at the resort once before he was hospitalized.

42 

A 39-year-old man from Bangladesh working in Singapore tested positive for the virus on Feb. 8. The man fell sick on Feb. 1 and went to the clinic on Feb. 3 followed by the Changi General Hospital on Feb. 5. He then went to the Bedok Polyclinic for a follow-up appointment on Feb. 7 only to be taken back to the hospital, where he was admitted into the intensive care unit. He was transferred to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

The man stays at The Leo dormitory in Kaki Bukit and had visited the popular Mustafa Centre 24-hour mall in Little India before being hospitalized. He also went to work at a construction site at 10 Seletar Aerospace Heights.

41 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 71, who stays at Upper Serangoon Road tested positive on Feb. 8 after falling sick on Feb. 1. He went to two clinics on Feb. 1 and Feb. 5, respectively, followed by Hougang Polyclinic on Feb. 6 and the Tan Tock Seng Hospital on Feb. 7.

He had also picked up his grandchild at the Pat’s Schoolhouse in Kovan, visited the Paya Lebar Methodist Church and attended a gathering at the Braddell Heights Residents’ Committee before he was hospitalized.

40 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 36, was one of those who work at the Yong Thai Hang Chinese health products store.

The Bedok North resident developed symptoms on Jan. 30 and was quarantined at his home on Feb. 4 before he was admitted to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases on Feb. 7. He tested positive for the virus the next day.

39 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 51, was one of the four from Singapore who fell ill after attending the business meeting at the Grand Hyatt. The man, who stays at Jurong West Central, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 8 after developing symptoms on Jan. 29.

Other than the business meeting, he had visited two clinics on Feb. 3 and Feb. 5, respectively, as well as Malaysia from Jan. 23 to Feb. 2.

38 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 52, was a churchgoer at The Life Church and Missions Singapore at Paya Lebar Road and tested positive for the virus on Feb. 8 after developing symptoms on Feb. 3. The woman stays at Choa Chu Kang Avenue 3 and had visited the Choa Chu Kang Polyclinic on Feb. 4 before she was admitted to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases on Feb. 7.

She had also visited the church, Marina Bay Sands, Chinatown, Plaza Singapura and took public transport.

37 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean private-hire driver, 53, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 7. The man stays at Jurong East Street 32 and visited two clinics on Feb. 1 and Feb. 3, respectively, before he was admitted to the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital on Feb. 6 and then the  National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

36 

A Singapore woman, 38, was among the four from Singapore who fell sick after attending the business meeting at the Grand Hyatt, which took place from Jan. 20 to 22. The permanent resident, who stays at Bukit Batok Street 31, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 7. She fell sick on Jan. 24 but only visited a clinic on Feb. 1. She was taken to the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

Prior to hospitalization, she went to Malaysia’s Johor Bahru from Jan. 25 to 28 and visited a family member at the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital.

35 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 64, tested positive on Feb. 7. The taxi driver developed symptoms on Jan. 30 and went to the Bukit Merah Polyclinic the next day. He was admitted to the Singapore General Hospital on Feb. 6.

Before he was hospitalized, he stayed at his home at Henderson Crescent and visited the Redhill Market and Hawker Centre.

34 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 40, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 7.  She works at the Yong Thai Hang store Chinese health products store and was a close contact of the 19th and 20th patients.

She developed symptoms on Jan. 27 and visited a clinic on the same day followed by a second clinic on Feb. 1.  She was quarantined at her home at Sin Ming Road before she was admitted to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases on Feb. 6.

33 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 39, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 6 after visiting Malaysia from Jan. 22 to 29. She reported having symptoms on Jan. 30 and was admitted to the Sengkang General Hospital on Feb. 2. 

She is linked to the patients who went to the Life Church and Missions Singapore at Paya Lebar Road.

32 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean teacher, 42, at the Victoria Junior College tested positive for the virus. The woman stays at Elias Road and was admitted to Parkway East Hospital on Feb. 5. She had visited Changi Airport and the Singapore Zoo prior to hospitalization.

31 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 53, tested positive on Feb. 6 after he visited Malaysia on Jan. 6, 11 and 17. He lives at Tampines Street 24 and had gone to the Life Church and Missions Singapore at Paya Lebar Road prior to hospitalization. He was admitted to Changi General Hospital on Feb. 1.

30 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 27, who attended the private business meeting at the Grand Hyatt tested positive on Feb. 6. He stays at Shunfu Road in Bishan and had visited Far East Square and the Junction 8 mall before he was admitted to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases. 

29 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 41, tested positive on Feb. 5 after reportedly attending a Chinese New Year lunch at a restaurant in Jurong. He fell sick on Jan. 28 and visited two clinics before he was admitted to the Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital. 

28 (Singaporean)

A six-month-old Singaporean baby and son of Singapore’s 21th and 19th patient tested positive for the virus on Feb. 5. He was admitted to the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

27 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean private-hire driver, 45, and husband to the 19th confirmed patient tested positive on Feb. 5. He stays in Bukit Merah and had visited the Tiong Bahru Plaza, Tiong Bahru Market, and the Beo Crescent Market and Food Centre before he was admitted to the hospital. 

26

A Chinese woman, 42, and daughter of the 13th confirmed patient tested positive for the virus on Feb. 4. She arrived in Singapore with her mother on Jan. 21 and was admitted to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

25 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 40, and husband of the 24th patient tested positive for the virus on Feb. 4 after meeting with a group of Chinese tourists who were visiting from Guangxi province at the Diamond Industries Jewellery Company at Harbour Drive. 

He had visited the Pasir Panjang Hawker Centre, the Hougang Polyclinic and took public transport before he was admitted to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

24 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean tour guide, 32, and wife of the 25th patient tested positive for the virus on Feb. 4 after she brought a group of Chinese tourists from Guangxi province to the Yong Thai Hang Chinese medicine store. She stays at Buangkok Green and had visited the Hougang Polyclinic with her husband as well as to a nearby supermarket before she was admitted to the hospital. 

23 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 17, and one of 92 evacuated from Wuhan on Jan. 30 tested positive for the virus. He was taken to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

22 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean man, 41, and one of 92 evacuated from Wuhan on Jan. 30 tested positive for the virus. He was taken to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

21

An Indonesian domestic worker, 44, who works for the 19th patient tested positive for the virus on Feb. 4. She was taken to Singapore General Hospital.

20

A colleague of the 19th patient tested positive for the virus on Feb. 4. The Singapore woman, 48, lives at Hougang Street 61 and fell ill on Jan. 25 before she was admitted to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases on Feb. 3.

19

A Singaporean woman who works at the Yong Thai Hang Chinese medicine store tested positive for the virus on Feb. 3, days after she met the group Chinese tourists from Guangxi province at the outlet. The 28-year-old woman lives in Bukit Merah and was taken to the Singapore General Hospital.

Before being hospitalized, she visited the Tan Tock Seng Hospital for a chest x-ray that came back negative for pneumonia.

18

A Chinese woman, 31, who arrived in Singapore from Wuhan with the 12th infected patient tested positive for the virus on Feb. 1. She was identified as a close contact on Jan. 30 and isolated herself in the hotel room at Home Suite View before she was transferred to the government quarantine facility and then the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

17 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 47, who was among the 92 who evacuated from Wuhan on Jan. 30 tested positive for the virus on Jan. 31.

16 

A Chinese man, 38, who arrived in Singapore from Wuhan on Jan. 22 and stayed at his home at Nathan Road tested positive for the virus on Jan. 31. He went to the Singapore General Hospital via taxi on Jan. 29. 

15 (Singaporean)

A Singaporean woman, 47, who was one of the 92 evacuated from Wuhan on Jan. 30 tested positive for the virus on Jan. 31. She was in Wuhan to meet with family. 

14 

A Chinese man, 31, working in Singapore returned to the city-state from Wuhan on Jan. 26 and tested positive for the virus on Jan. 30. 

He stays at Jurong East Street 13 and was admitted to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

13

A Chinese woman, 73, arrived in Singapore from Wuhan with family on Jan. 21 and tested positive for the virus on Jan. 30. She was identified as a close contact of the second infected patient and was isolated at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases. Before that, she had stayed at the ParkRoyal Collection Pickering and Oasia Hotel Downtown, and visited Changi Airport’s Jewel and took a taxi and private transport.

12

A Chinese woman, 37, from Wuhan arrived in Singapore with her family on Jan. 22 and tested positive on Jan. 26. They had stayed at the Village Hotel Sentosa, Hotel 81 Princess, Home Suite View Hotel, and visited Orchard Road and Geylang. 

11

A Chinese woman, 31 from Wuhan arrived in Singapore on Jan. 22 tested positive on Jan. 29. She had traveled with the fourth infected patient.  

10

A Chinese man, 56, from Wuhan arrived in Singapore on Jan. 20 and tested positive for the virus on Jan. 29. He had worked and stayed on a cargo vessel and was suspected of having the infection after a health check at the Marina South Pier. 

8 and 9

A married couple from Wuhan tested positive for the virus on Jan. 29. They arrived in Singapore on Jan. 19 and had stayed at their home at Lorong Lew Lian before they took a taxi together to the Tan Tock Seng Hospital. 

They are linked to patients who visited the Life Church and Missions Singapore at Paya Lebar Road. 

7

A Chinese man, 35, from Wuhan arrived in Singapore on Jan. 23 with family and friends and tested positive for the virus on Jan. 27. 

He had stayed at Marina Bay Sands and took public transport. 

6

A Chinese man, 56, from Wuhan traveled to Singapore with his family on Jan. 19 and tested positive on Jan. 27.

He had stayed at their home at Pasir Ris Grove before he went to the Changi General Hospital on Jan. 26.

5

A Chinese woman, 56, from Wuhan traveled to Singapore with her family on Jan. 18 and tested positive on Jan. 27.

She had stayed at their home at Ceylon Road before she was taken to the Tan Tock Seng hospital via ambulance on Jan. 26.

4

A Chinese man, 36, from Wuhan traveled to Singapore on Jan. 22 with his family and tested positive on Jan. 25. They had stayed at Village Hotel Sentosa before going to the Sengkang General Hospital on Jan. 24.

3

A Chinese man, 37, from Wuhan and the son of the first confirmed patient tested positive for the virus on Jan. 24. He was isolated as a suspect case on Jan. 23.

A Chinese woman, 53, from Wuhan traveled to Singapore with her family on Jan. 21 and tested positive on Jan. 24.

She had stayed at the J8 Hotel at 8 Townshend Road and visited Orchard Road, Marina Bay Sands, and Gardens by the Bay. She also took the MRT and taxi. 

1

A Chinese man, 66, from Wuhan traveled to Singapore with family on Jan. 20 and tested positive on Jan. 23. He had stayed at the Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa on Sentosa island and went to the Singapore General Hospital on Jan. 22. 

Guangxi tourists

A group of 20 Chinese tourists from Guangxi province visited Singapore from Jan. 20 to 22 and transited on Jan. 27. Two of them were confirmed with the infection after they returned home. During their visit to Singapore, they went to the Yong Thai Hang Chinese medicine store and the Diamond Industries Jewellery Company at Harbour Drive, where a few others have since become infected. The tour group also went to the Meeting You Restaurant at 14 Hamilton Road, the Royal Dragon Restaurant at 2 Havelock Road, the T Galleria by DFS and D’Resort @ Downtown East in Pasir Ris. 

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Now you can wear your love of Coconuts proudly across your chest. That’s right, we’re getting into the merch business with the launch of our official online store, The Coconuts Shop.

Our first product is that ultimate wardrobe mainstay: the white T-shirt.

If you want to rep your city, we’ve also launched Coconuts City Logo Tees for Bangkok, Manila, Singapore, Hong Kong, KL, Jakarta, Bali, and Yangon.

They’re all sold exclusively at The Coconuts Shop – at a special introductory price of S$29 until Sep. 30, 2020!

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