Coronavirus: Services, activities suspended for church identified as a cluster; senior pastor among those infected

The Grace Assembly of God church's premises in Tanglin, on Feb 12, 2020. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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SINGAPORE - Services and activities at both branches of the Grace Assembly of God church will be stopped for the next two weeks after it emerged as the fifth cluster of the coronavirus infection in Singapore.

This comes after a total of seven patients announced on Wednesday (Feb 12) and Thursday were found to be linked to the church. At least three of them worked at the family church, at both its Tanglin and Bukit Batok locations, before they were confirmed with the virus.

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