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Indonesian Covid-19 Patient in Singapore Has Recovered: Embassy

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Marcheilla Ariesta • 19 Februari 2020 14:33
Singapore: The Indonesian Embassy in Singapore has confirmed that an Indonesian migrant worker in Singapore has fully recovered from the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).
"On February 18, 2020, the Singaporean Ministry of Health conveyed that an Indonesian national who was identified as Case-21 has fully recovered and has been discharged from the hospital," the embassy said in a written statement received by on Wednesday, February 19, 2020.
Nevertheless, the identity of the Indonesian migrants worker cannot be disclosed to the public. Her identity is protected by Singapore's Personal Data Protection Act.

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"As a result, we cureently do not have any Indonesian Covid-19 patient in Singapore," the embassy stated.
Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi earlier confirmed that three out of 78 Indonesian crew members aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship tested positive for novel coronavirus (Covid-19). The minister explained that the three Indonesians were immediately treated by Japanese health officers.
"Based on my discussion with Japanese Ambassador, three out of 78 Indonesian crew members tested positive for coronavirus," Retno said.



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