Coronavirus Daily Update 2020-02-06: 4 New Cases Confirmed, Total 28 in SG Now

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As of 6 February 2020, 10am, there are 28 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Singapore. On 5 February 2020, there were 4 new confirmed cases.

The 25th confirmed patient is a 45-year-old male Singaporean, the husband of the 19th patient

  • 5 Feb 2020: tested Coronavirus positive
  • Warded in an isolation room at National Centre for Infectious Disease

The 26th confirmed patient is a 6-month-old male Singaporean, the child of the 19th and 25th patient

  • 5 Feb 2020: tested Coronavirus positive
  • Warded in an isolation room at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital

The 27th confirmed patient is a 40-year-old male Singaporean, the husband of the 24th patient

  • 24 Jan 2020: developed a fever
  • 30 Jan 2020: visited Hougang Polyclinic
  • 3 Feb 2020: self-presented at NCID, immediately isolated
  • 4 Feb 2020: tested Coronavirus positive
  • Stayed at Buangkok Green

The 28th confirmed patient is a 42-year-old Chinese national, daughter of previously confirmed patient

  • 21 Jan 2020: arrived in Singapore from Wuhan
  • 4 Feb 2020: tested Coronavirus positive

Update on situation in China

  • 73 new deaths
  • 565 deaths in total
  • 3 694 new confirmed cases
  • 28 270 confirmed cases in total
  • Learn more about China’s situation here

The worst times bring out the best in people

  • Punggol has gone viral for having ‘Guardian Residents’. While there are Singaporeans profiteering from the sale of masks, these residents have restored faith in humanity
  • Hand sanitisers and masks were placed in multiple lifts in Punggol neighbourhood for the public to use
  • A Vietnamese couple in Punggol have brought back S$1000 worth of masks from Vietnam to distribute to Singaporeans who need it
  • They will be distributing the masks at Punggol MRT on 8 Feb 2020
  • Read more about it here
  • Singapore Red Cross has also raised more than S$100 000 worth of public donations to send help to communities in need of help in China
  • If you would like to donate, click here to learn more
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