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Singapore investigates COVID-19 re-infections after cases in workers' dormitory

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The manpower ministry of Singapore has stated that authorities were looking into the possibility of COVID-19 re-infections among residents in a migrant workers’ dormitory, after more positive cases were noted there.

Authorities carried out COVID-19 tests on all residents at Westlite Woodlands Dormitory after a 35-year-old worker was found positive on April 20 during routine testing. The worker had received his second vaccination dose on April 13. His room-mate had also tested positive. Ten workers who had previously shown a positive serology test result were found to be positive for COVID-19. The cases have been isolated and the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) has been informed to investigate for possible re-infection… (Reuters, April 22, 2021)

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