There are now three confirmed cases of the virus in Singapore, according to its Ministry of Health (MOH).
The second confirmed patient, who has been placed in an isolation ward, is a 53-year-old female Chinese national from Wuhan who arrived in Singapore with her family on January 21, the ministry wrote in a statement.
Her condition remains stable.
The third confirmed patient is a 37-year-old male Chinese national from Wuhan, the statement said. He is the son of the first confirmed case, a 66-year-old Chinese national who is also from Wuhan, the MOH wrote.
The ministry added that out of 44 suspected cases in Singapore, 13 have tested negative, three tested positive. The results of 28 cases are pending, it wrote.
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