SINGAPORE: Three new COVID-19 patients were reported in Singapore on Thursday (Feb 27), the Ministry of Health (MOH) in a daily update, including a 12-year-old Singaporean student from Raffles Institution. This brings the total number of cases in the country to 96. MOH also said that four more patients – Cases 18, 72, 78 and 80 – were discharged on Thursday. They include a Chinese woman from Wuhan, the final imported case to recover from the infection, as well as a National University Hospital (NUH) employee. In all, 66 cases have fully recovered from the infection. Thirty COVID-19 patients remain in hospital, with eight in critical condition. NEW CASES Cases 94 and 95 are both Singapore citizens with no travel history to China or South Korea’s Daegu and Cheongdo. Case 94, a 64-year-old woman, developed symptoms on the morning on Feb 11. She sought treatment at a general practitioner’s clinic on Feb 17, Feb 20 and again on Feb 24, when she was referred to Singapore General Hospital (SGH) and immediately isolated. She was diagnosed with COVID-19 on Wednesday. The woman lives in the Jalan Jurong Kechil area. Case 95 is a 44-year-old Singaporean man who is linked to Case 93 , a… Read full this story
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