Here’s every coronavirus infection in Singapore on a map (Updated)

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At least 10 Singaporeans have now been infected with the Chinese coronavirus inside the city-state and on Feb. 7 the authorities formally raised the alarm that the disease threat is severe and spreading in Singapore. 

Raising the Disease Outbreak Response System Condition, or DORSCON, level from yellow to orange on Friday means schools will suspend off-campus activities, according to the Health Ministry. The change was announced after Singapore announced three new infections in people who had not been to China.

Two of the cases involved people who had recently traveled to Malaysia, while the third was a teacher at the Victoria Junior College. All three are Singaporeans. 

Singapore is now home to the second-highest incidence outside China, and the elevated threat level reflects rising concerns that transmission is increasing locally.

The majority of those infected in Singapore have been Chinese nationals from Wuhan, whether tourists and travelers with homes in the Lion City.

Certain locations such as hotels and shops have emerged as places visited by those infected. Here’s a look at who has been infected and their whereabouts around the island.

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

58 (Singaporean)

Singaporean man, 55, is linked to the Grace Assembly of God church and tested positive on Feb. 13 and was admitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases.

57 (Singaporean)

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

56

A 30-year-old man from Bangladesh is linked to the construction site at Seletar Aerospace Heights. He tested positive on Feb. 13.

55 (Singaporean)

Singaporean man, 30, is a family member of the DBS employee (Case 50), who lives in Ang Mo Kio’s Mei Hwan Drive. He tested positive on Feb. 13.

54 (Singaporean)

Singaporean woman, 55, is linked to the Grace Assembly of God church and tested positive on Feb. 13.

53 (Singaporean)

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

52 

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

51 (Singaporean)

Singaporean man, 48, is linked to the Grace Assembly of God church and tested positive on Feb. 12. He visited two clinics before he was admitted to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

The man, who stays at Bishan Street 13, had also gone to work at the church’s outlets in Tanglin and Bukit Batok.

50 (Singaporean)

An unnamed bank employee, 62, works for Singapore’s DBS and 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, is now isolated at the National Center for Infectious Diseases. He had visited two clinics prior to hospitalization, on Feb. 7, 10 and 11.

He stays at Mei Hwan Drive in Ang Mo Kio.

49 (Singaporean)

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)

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, 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 a 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)

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)

Singaporean man, 71, 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.

The man lives at Upper Serangoon Road and had picked up his grandchild at 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)

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

The Bedok North resident developed symptoms on Jan. 30 and was quarantined at 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)

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)

Singaporean woman, 52, was also a churchgoer at The Life Church and Missions Singapore in MacPherson, the same as the 31st patient. The woman, who stays at Choa Chu Kang Avenue 3,  tested positive for the virus on Feb. 8 after developing symptoms on Feb. 3. Prior to hospitalization, she 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)

Singaporean man, 53, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 7. The private-hire driver, who stays at Jurong East Street 32, developed symptoms on Jan. 30 and visited two clinics on Feb. 1 and Feb. 3 respectively. He was admitted to the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital on Feb. 6 and transferred to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases a day after he tested positive.

36 

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 experienced symptoms since Jan. 24 but only visited a clinic on Feb. 1. She is now being warded at 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)

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)

Singaporean woman, 40, tested positive for the virus on Feb. 7.  She works at the Yong Thai Hang store 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)

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)

Singaporean woman, 42, is a teacher at Victoria Junior College and was admitted to Parkway East Hospital on Feb. 5. She stays at Elias Road in Pasir Ris and had visited Changi Airport and the Singapore Zoo prior to hospitalization.

31 (Singaporean)

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)

Singaporean man, 27, tested positive on Feb. 6. He had attended a business meeting at the Grand Hyatt, where a Malaysian man and two South Korean men are also believed to have contracted the virus. 

The meeting took place from Jan. 20 to 22 and was attended by 109 international employees of the same company, including Chinese nationals from Hubei province. 

Fifteen of those attended were Singapore residents, four of which had developed symptoms, including the 30th confirmed patient. The rest are “well,” the ministry said. 

Prior to being admitted at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases, he visited Far East Square and the Junction 8 mall in Bishan. He lives on Shunfu Road in Bishan.

29 (Singaporean)

Singaporean man, 41, tested positive on Feb. 5 after being admitted to Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital. He developed a fever on Jan. 28 and visited two clinics before he was admitted to the hospital. 

He is not linked to any Chinese travelers or have recent travel history to China. Straits Times today reported the man had a Chinese New Year lunch at a restaurant in Jurong before falling sick. 

An investigation into his case is underway. 

28 (Singaporean)

Six-month-old Singaporean baby boy is the son of the private-hire driver and the 19th patient. The baby tested positive for the virus on Feb. 5 and is being warded at the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, separate from his parents. 

Before being hospitalized, he was being cared for at home.

27 (Singaporean)

Singaporean private-hire driver, 45, tested positive on Feb. 5. He is the husband of the 19th confirmed patient, who is one of the two who worked at Yong Thai Hang. Both live in Bukit Merah. 

Prior to being hospitalized, he had visited Tiong Bahru Plaza, Tiong Bahru Market and the Beo Crescent Market and Food Centre.

26

Chinese woman, 42, from Wuhan arrived in Singapore on Jan. 21 with her mother, who is the 13th confirmed patient. She tested positive on Feb. 4 and is being warded at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

25 (Singaporean)

Singaporean man, 40, is the husband of the tour guide. He met the same tourists from Guangxi when they visited his workplace at the Diamond Industries Jewellery Company at Harbour Drive. 

He was down with a fever on Jan. 24 and went to the Hougang Polyclinic with his wife. He then tested positive on Feb. 4. 

Both the man and his wife are at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases. Before being hospitalized, the man had visited the Pasir Panjang Hawker Centre and took public transport.

24 (Singaporean)

Singaporean woman, 32, was a tour guide who brought the Guangxi tourists to the Yong Thai Hang store. She tested positive for the virus on Feb. 4. Before that, she visited the Hougang Polyclinic on Jan. 30 and to a nearby supermarket. 

She stays at Buangkok Green and works in Jalan Besar.

23 (Singaporean)

A 17-year-old Singaporean man tested positive after he was evacuated from Wuhan on Jan. 30. He is also being warded at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

22 (Singaporean)

Singaporean man, 41, tested positive after being evacuated from Wuhan on Jan. 30. He is now warded at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

21

Indonesian woman, 44, who worked for the 19th patient as a domestic worker, developed symptoms on Feb. 2. She was taken to Singapore General Hospital and tested positive on Feb. 4.

20

Singapore woman, 48, who is a colleague of the 19th patient, developed symptoms on Jan. 25 but only went to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases on Feb. 3. She tested positive the next day.

The woman lives at Hougang Street 61.

19

Singapore woman, 28, tested positive on Feb. 3 after making contact with a group of 20 Chinese tourists from Guangxi province — two of who were later confirmed to be carriers of the disease. The group visited her workplace, health products store Yong Thai Hang at 24 Cavan Road, which primarily serves Chinese tourists. 

The group was in Singapore from Jan. 22 to 23, left for Malaysia, and then back in Singapore on Jan. 27 to fly home. 

On Jan. 29, the Singapore woman, who lives in Bukit Merah, developed a fever and cough and visited the clinic on the same day. She then visited Tan Tock Seng Hospital the next day but a chest x-ray came back negative for pneumonia. She then went to Singapore General Hospital on Feb. 3, where she tested positive for the virus.

18

Chinese woman, 31, from Wuhan tested positive on Feb. 1.

She traveled to Singapore with the 12th confirmed patient on Jan. 22 and was identified as a close contact on Jan. 30. She did not leave the hotel room at Home Suite View until she was transferred to the government quarantine facility on Jan. 31.

She was subsequently taken to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

17 (Singaporean)

Singaporean woman, 47, was among those evacuated from Wuhan on Jan. 30. She developed symptoms and tested positive the next day.

16 

Chinese man, 38, from Wuhan arrived in Singapore on Jan. 22 and stayed at his home at Nathan Road. He developed symptoms on Jan. 23 but only went to the Singapore General Hospital via taxi on Jan. 29. 

He tested positive on Jan. 31.

15 (Singaporean)

Singaporean woman, 47, was one of the 92 Singaporeans evacuated from Wuhan on Jan. 30 and tested positive the next day. She had traveled to the Chinese city with her family.

14 

Chinese man, 31, tested positive on Jan. 30 after returning to Singapore from Wuhan on Jan. 26.

The man, who works in Singapore and stays at Jurong East Street 13, developed symptoms on Jan. 28. He is warded at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases.

13

Chinese woman, 73, from Wuhan arrived in Singapore with family on Jan. 21, she is a close contact of the second confirmed patient. She tested positive on Jan. 30 and is being isolated at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases. 

She had stayed at the ParkRoyal Collection Pickering and Oasia Hotel Downtown. She also visited Changi Airport’s Jewel, traveled via taxi and private transport.

12

Chinese woman, 37, from Wuhan arrived in Singapore with her family on Jan. 22. 

They had stayed at the Village Hotel Sentosa, Hotel 81 Princess, Home Suite View Hotel, and visited Orchard Road and Geylang. 

She developed symptoms on Jan. 26 and went to Tan Tock Seng Hospital three days later and tested positive on the same day.

11

Chinese woman, 31 arrived in Singapore on Jan. 22 and traveled with the fourth confirmed patient. She was isolated on Jan. 26 after being identified as a close contact. She tested positive on Jan. 29.

10

Chinese man, 56, from Wuhan arrived in Singapore on Jan. 20.

He had stayed on a cargo vessel where he worked and was identified as a suspect case following a health screening at the Marina South Pier.

He tested positive on Jan. 29.

8 and 9

Chinese married couple from Wuhan tested positive on Jan. 29.

They arrived in Singapore on Jan. 19 and had stayed at their home at Lorong Lew Lian. They fell ill on Jan. 24 and took a taxi together to Tan Tock Seng Hospital on Jan. 28.

They have been linked to the patients who visited the Life Church and Missions Singapore in MacPherson.

7

Chinese man, 35, from Wuhan arrived in Singapore on Jan. 23 with family and friends. 

He stayed at Marina Bay Sands and took public transport. 

He developed symptoms on Jan. 24 and went to Raffles Hospital. He tested positive on Jan. 27.

6

Chinese man, 56, from Wuhan traveled to Singapore with his family on Jan. 19.

They stayed at their home at Pasir Ris Grove. 

He developed symptoms on Jan. 25 and was driven in a car to the Changi General Hospital the next day. He tested positive on Jan. 27.

5

Chinese woman, 56, from Wuhan traveled to Singapore with her family on Jan. 18. 

They had stayed at their home at Ceylon Road. She developed symptoms on Jan. 24 and was taken to Tan Tock Seng hospital via ambulance on Jan. 26. She tested positive the next day.

4

Chinese man, 36, from Wuhan traveled to Singapore on Jan. 22 with his family. They stayed at Village Hotel Sentosa. 

He went to Sengkang General Hospital on Jan. 24 while having a cough and tested positive the next day.

3

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

Chinese woman, 53, from Wuhan traveled to Singapore with her family on Jan. 21. 

She stayed at 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. 

She was down with fever and cough and went to Tan Tock Seng Hospital on Jan. 22.

1

Chinese man, 66, from Wuhan traveled to Singapore with family on Jan. 20 and stayed at Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa on Sentosa island.

He was down with fever and cough and went to the Singapore General Hospital on Jan. 22. He tested positive the next day.

Guangxi tourists

Two of the 20 Chinese tourists from Guangxi tested positive for the virus following their visit to Singapore, the ministry said, citing Chinese counterparts. 

The group visited Singapore from Jan. 22 to 23 before leaving for Malaysia and then transited through Singapore on Jan. 27, from 3am to 6am. 

Other than Yong Thai Hang and the Diamond Industries Jewellery Company at Harbour Drive, they also visited 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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