Church standing by staff identified as primary case of coronavirus cluster

The Singaporean determined as the primary case in the biggest coronavirus cluster here had gone to work at the Grace Assembly of God church and was in close contact with several colleagues. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - As a community, the Grace Assembly of God church said it is "walking through this difficult time" with one of its staff, who had been determined as the primary case in the biggest coronavirus cluster here.

The cluster - which has been linked to about a quarter of all confirmed cases in Singapore - began with the 28-year-old church worker who attended a family gathering in Mei Hwan Drive, the Health Ministry (MOH) said on Tuesday (Feb 25).

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