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Very low risk of pre-symptomatic patients spreading Wuhan coronavirus in Singapore: MOH expert

Director of Medical Services at Singapore's Ministry of Health Kenneth Mak said on Friday (Jan 31) that there is currently no community spread of the Wuhan coronavirus in Singapore, and at this point there is a low risk of pre-symptomatic patients infecting others. He emphasised that the biggest protection against the Wuhan coronavirus is regular hand-washing with soap and water. Singapore has announced widened travel restrictions to all visitors who have recently travelled to mainland China. Read the full story here. For the latest developments on the Wuhan virus, visit our microsite.

Very low risk of pre-symptomatic patients spreading Wuhan coronavirus in Singapore: MOH expert

31 Jan 2020 08:49pm
Director of Medical Services at Singapore's Ministry of Health Kenneth Mak said on Friday (Jan 31) that there is currently no community spread of the Wuhan coronavirus in Singapore, and at this point there is a low risk of pre-symptomatic patients infecting others. He emphasised that the biggest protection against the Wuhan coronavirus is regular hand-washing with soap and water. Singapore has announced widened travel restrictions to all visitors who have recently travelled to mainland China. Read the full story here. For the latest developments on the Wuhan virus, visit our microsite.

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