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New Covid-19 cluster in Singapore linked to man who was probably reinfected in India

SINGAPORE - A 43-year-old Indian national who had been discharged from hospital on April 6 after being deemed to be no longer infectious has been identified as a likely case of reinfection. He then infected two others. The two cases he has been linked to are an accountant, 41, and her husband, a 44-year-old restaurant manager at two eateries here. They were reported as community cases on April 16 and April 18 respectively. They are his sister-in-law and her husband. This has prompted the Ministry of Health (MOH) to open a new local cluster around the three cases. The man is here on a work pass and was classified as an imported case when he tested positive for the virus on April 2. He had arrived from India.


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