Singapore Reports First Two COVID19 Deaths: A 75-year-old Singaporean Woman and 64-year-old Indonesian Man

Singapore Reports First Two COVID19 Deaths: A 75-year-old Singaporean Woman and 64-year-old Indonesian Man
Singapore Reports First Two COVID19 Deaths: A 75-year-old Singaporean Woman And 64-year-old Indonesian Man
Singapore Reports Nation's First Two Fatalities From The Coronavirus Infection.
A 75-year-old Singaporean Woman With A History Of Chronic Heart Disease And Hypertension, Was Confirmed To Have Coronavirus Has Died Today.
She Had Been In The Intensive Care Unit Since And Developed Serious Complications. She Died After 26 Days In ICU, Says A Health Ministry Statement.
The Second Patient Is A 64-year-old Indonesian Man Who Was Admitted To Intensive Care At A Critical Condition On March 13 And He Tested Positive For COVID19 Virus On The Same Day.
"I Understand That Singaporeans Will Be Affected By This News. But We Must Take Courage And Continue To Play Our Part To Fight This Virus." Said Health Minister Gan Kim Yong.
Singapore Has Reported 385 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Till Date. The Country Is Widely Praised For Its Fastidious Onslaught Against The Virus And So Far Managed To Avoid Any Fatalities Since The Outbreak Has Begin In The Middle Of January.

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