Hunt on for 'patient zero' who spread coronavirus globally from Singapore

  • World
  • Thursday, 13 Feb 2020

FILE PHOTO: File picture of the facade of the Grand Hyatt hotel in Singapore February 5, 2020. REUTERS/Tim Chong

SINGAPORE/SEOUL/LONDON (Reuters) - As lion dancers snaked between conference room tables laden with plastic bottles, pens, notebooks and laptops, some staff from British gas analytics firm Servomex snapped photos of the performance meant to bring good luck and fortune.

But the January sales meeting in a luxury Singapore hotel was far from auspicious.

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