Coronavirus: Difficult time for us but we are not defeated, says church pastor who is a confirmed case

Reverend Wilson Teo in his single isolation room at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases, where he has been warded since Feb 11, 2020. PHOTO: COURTESY OF WILSON TEO
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SINGAPORE - The past few days have been difficult for the Grace Assembly of God church, but congregants are stepping up to pray and take care of one other, its senior pastor Wilson Teo, who tested positive for the coronavirus, told The Straits Times on Friday (Feb 14).

Reverend Teo, who has been warded in a single isolation room at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) since Tuesday, is one of the 13 confirmed cases linked to the church.

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