Singapore records two new Covid-19 cases

One of the new cases, a 34-year-old Filipino maid, is linked to Wizlearn Technologies in Science Park II - a cluster that emerged on Feb 28, 2020. - ST

SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Two new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Singapore on Monday (March 2), bringing the total number of infected people here to 108.

One of the new cases, a 34-year-old Filipina, is the foreign domestic worker of a man linked to Wizlearn Technologies in Science Park II - a cluster that emerged last Friday. There are now 13 cases linked to the e-learning solutions company.

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