Grace Assembly church senior pastor recovers from coronavirus: 'It was a liberating feeling walking out of the NCID'

Reverend Wilson Teo left the National Centre for Infectious Diseases on Feb 20, after being warded there for the past 10 days. PHOTO: COURTESY OF WILSON TEO
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SINGAPORE - The senior pastor of Grace Assembly of God church - the biggest cluster of coronavirus infections here - has been discharged, more than a week after he tested positive for the virus.

Reverend Wilson Teo walked out of the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) on Thursday (Feb 20) afternoon after being warded in a single isolation room there for the past 10 days since Feb 11.

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