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Covid-19 outbreak: The latest Singapore numbers at a glance

SINGAPORE — Since Dec 31 last year when China first alerted the World Health Organization to several cases of pneumonia in the port city of Wuhan in Hubei province, the virus that is now known as Covid-19 has spread unabated. Singapore confirmed its first case of the virus on Jan 23. Here are the latest numbers of the outbreak situation in Singapore.

SINGAPORE —  Since Dec 31 last year when China first alerted the World Health Organization to several cases of pneumonia in the port city of Wuhan in Hubei province, the virus that is now known as Covid-19 has spread unabated. Singapore confirmed its first case of the virus on Jan 23. 

As of 11pm on Monday (April 6), there are 1,375 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Singapore, with 30 clusters of infection identified. Six people have died.

Here are the key numbers of the outbreak situation in Singapore at a glance:

LOCAL CLUSTERS

There are now 28 local clusters of infection in Singapore: Wizlearn Technologies at Science Park, Safra Jurong, Church of Singapore in Bukit Timah, Boulder+ gym at Aperia Mall in Kallang, Masjid Al-Muttaqin in Ang Mo Kio, PCF Sparkletots preschool @Fengshan Blk 126, Dover Court International School, Singpost Centre, The Wedding Brocade bridal salon in Yishun, S11 Dormitory in Punggol, Wilby Residences, Hero's at Circular Road, Westlite Toh Guan dormitory at Toh Guan Road East, Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home at Thomson Lane, a dormitory located at 55 Sungei Kadut Loop, Mustafa Centre, a construction site at Maxwell MRT, Keppel Shipyard, nightclub Ce La Vi located in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Cricket Club, the construction site at Project Glory at Market Street, Sungei Tengah Lodge, Toh Guan Dormitory, Cochrane Lodge II, The Orange Ballroom along Geylang Road, Tampines Dormitory, Cochrane Lodge I, a construction site at 6 Battery Road, Little Gems preschool in Ang Mo Kio and Kranji Lodge along Kranji Road.

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