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SINGAPORE: Singapore reported two Covid-19 coronavirus-related deaths on Saturday of people with underlying health conditions, marking the first fatalities in the city-state’s widely praised battle against the infection.SINGAPORE: Singapore reported two Covid-19 coronavirus-related deaths on Saturday of people with underlying health conditions, marking the first fatalities in the city-state’s widely praised battle against the infection.

Singapore reports first two Covid-19 deaths, 386 infections | New Straits Times | Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle News

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore reported two coronavirus-related deaths on Saturday of people with underlying health conditions, marking the first fatalities in the city-state's widely praised battle against the infection.SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore reported two coronavirus-related deaths on Saturday of people with underlying health conditions, marking the first fatalities in the city-state's widely praised battle against the infection.

Singapore reports first deaths in coronavirus battle | The Star Online

SINGAPORE has recorded its first two deaths from Covid-19, the respiratory disease caused by the new coronavirus, the health minister announced on Sat...SINGAPORE has recorded its first two deaths from Covid-19, the respiratory disease caused by the new coronavirus, the health minister announced on Sat...

Singapore reports first deaths from Covid-19 pandemic

“Sad news of the first two #COVID19 deaths reported in #Singapore: one a 75-year-old Singaporean and a 64-year-old Indonesian. Both have a history of heart disease and had tested positive for the coronavirus after having pneumonia. https://t.co/yO528vaBlV”

Kirsten Han 韩俐颖 on Twitter: "Sad news of the first two #COVID19 deaths reported in #Singapore: one a 75-year-old Singaporean and a 64-year-old Indonesian. Both have a history of heart disease and had tested positive for the coronavirus after having pneumonia. https://t.co/yO528vaBlV"

“Wrote about Genevieve Woo’s 45-minute film Coronavirus: The Silent Killer (set in Wuhan & Singapore; available on DiscoveryPlus app). Points to imp. facts. Although a documentary, falls fully within purview of news, since story is still developing: https://t.co/3ZIcCxjRtG #COVID”

Mayank Shekhar on Twitter: "Wrote about Genevieve Woo’s 45-minute film Coronavirus: The Silent Killer (set in Wuhan & Singapore; available on DiscoveryPlus app). Points to imp. facts. Although a documentary, falls fully within purview of news, since story is still developing: https://t.co/3ZIcCxjRtG #COVID"

“#Coronavirus: The detectives racing to contain the virus in Singapore Singapore's use of the system during this crisis was praised by Harvard epidemiologists in early February, who described it as a "gold standard of near-perfect detection". #covid19 https://t.co/xOyVbLFolf”

Noemi L. Dado on Twitter: "#Coronavirus: The detectives racing to contain the virus in Singapore Singapore's use of the system during this crisis was praised by Harvard epidemiologists in early February, who described it as a "gold standard of near-perfect detection". #covid19 https://t.co/xOyVbLFolf"

“So so clever. The Lion City leading from the front once again. Proud to say that this island is my home. 👏🏼🙌🏼👍🏼🙏🏼 #coronavirus #covid19 Singapore launches TraceTogether mobile app to boost COVID-19 contact tracing efforts https://t.co/D6IRkPZ9lW”

Jason de la Peña on Twitter: "So so clever. The Lion City leading from the front once again. Proud to say that this island is my home. 👏🏼🙌🏼👍🏼🙏🏼 #coronavirus #covid19 Singapore launches TraceTogether mobile app to boost COVID-19 contact tracing efforts https://t.co/D6IRkPZ9lW"

SINGAPORE: All events and gatherings with 250 or more participants attending at any one time must be suspended to reduce the risk of further local ...SINGAPORE: All events and gatherings with 250 or more participants attending at any one time must be suspended to reduce the risk of further local ...

All events, gatherings with 250 participants or more must be suspended to reduce further COVID-19 spread: MOH - CNA

One of the patients was a 64-year-old Indonesian man, identified as Case 212.One of the patients was a 64-year-old Indonesian man, identified as Case 212.

BREAKING: Singapore confirms first COVID-19 deaths, including one Indonesian patient - SE Asia - The Jakarta Post

CORONAVIRUS | 75-year-old S'porean woman and an Indonesian man, 64, are the first two to succumb to Covid-19: Health Ministry

Two people died of the coronavirus in Singapore on Saturday morning, the first confirmed fatalities in the Southeast Asian nation.Two people died of the coronavirus in Singapore on Saturday morning, the first confirmed fatalities in the Southeast Asian nation.

Singapore reports two COVID-19 deaths | The Myanmar Times

SINGAPORE, March 21 — Singapore reported two coronavirus-related deaths today of people with underlying health conditions, marking the first fatalities in the city-state’s widely praised battle against the infection. The health ministry said a 75-year-old Singaporean woman and a 64-year-old...SINGAPORE, March 21 — Singapore reported two coronavirus-related deaths today of people with underlying health conditions, marking the first fatalities in the city-state’s widely praised battle against the infection. The health ministry said a 75-year-old Singaporean woman and a 64-year-old...

Singapore reports first deaths in Covid-19 battle | World | Malay Mail

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A 75-year-old Singapore woman and 64-year-old Indonesian man are the first Covid-19 fatalities in Singapore, as China reported no new cases in Wuhan.A 75-year-old Singapore woman and 64-year-old Indonesian man are the first Covid-19 fatalities in Singapore, as China reported no new cases in Wuhan.

The Ministry of Health (MOH) has confirmed that two patients have passed away from complications due to COVID-19 infection on Saturday (21 March) morning. These are the first fatalities reported for the republic. The first patient was a 75 year-old female Singapore Citizen. She was admitted to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) on […]

Ministry of Health announces two deaths from COVID-19 infection - The Online Citizen

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OFFICIALS in Singapore are staying one step ahead of the coronavirus by using a crack team of detectives to track down those in contact with infected patients – case by case. The labour-inten…

Private detectives track potential coronavirus cases BEFORE symptoms appear helping Singapore keep on top of killer bug – The Sun