Singapore publishes list of mosques visited by COVID-19 cases that returned from KL gathering

Photo courtesy: STB
Photo courtesy: STB

Five Singaporean individuals, part of a group attending a large religious gathering in Kuala Lumpur, have tested positive for COVID-19 as of March 13. 

In a press statement by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis), at least 37 Bruneians and 77 Malaysians who attended the gathering, or were their close contacts, have also tested positive.

Contact tracing conducted by Singapore's Ministry of Health (MOH) revealed that the individuals who tested positive visited a total of 10 mosques during their infectious period. 

They are:

Table: Muis
Table: Muis

Muis said in its statement that congregants who visited any of the mosques listed in the table during the specified period mentioned in the list may have been exposed to COVID-19. These congregants are advised to monitor their health closely for two weeks from their last visit to the affected mosques and seek medical attention promptly if they have  symptoms or feel unwell. 

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