Officers' investigative skills helped identify missing link between two church Covid-19 clusters

Assistant Superintendent Johnny Lim collated a list of attendees by calling and querying the attendees on their movements and whom they had seen at the gathering. ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH
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SINGAPORE - Among the police's successes that have been hailed was the solving of the mystery of how the Grace Assembly of God coronavirus cluster came about.

Analysts had zeroed in on Case 66, a 28-year-old Singaporean who works at the church, when it became evident that the patient was the earliest of the 23 in the Grace Assembly of God cluster to display disease symptoms.

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