After suspecting that he carries the Wuhan virus, Mr X kept quiet out of fear that he may be quarantined and treated as a leper by the people around him. Mr X was coughing and running a fever, but he chose to self-medicate with Panadols as he does not want to go to the hospital. Mr X believes he can recover from the illness by himself as the Singapore government claimed the death rate of the Wuhan virus is only about 2.2%, and that a sick person is fine so long as he wears a face mask.
However, the single man still needs to go to the nearest supermarket to get supplies once every few days. One day, he decided to have lunch at the food court, and a woman who shared the same table with him was later unknowingly infected. The government identified the woman as a carrier, quarantined her and the shopping mall was then disinfected. Mr X continued his routine.
The above story is why Singaporeans should avoid places where confirmed cases were found at these locations:
16 Jan 2020 to 26 Jan 2020: (Confirmed 5th case) Primarily at Ceylon Road, unknown various locations
22 Jan 2020 to 26 Jan 2020: (Confirmed 4th case) Primarily at Village Hotel Sentosa, Sengkang General Hospital, unknown various locations
20 Jan 2020 to 26 Jan 2020: (Confirmed 1st and 2nd case) Primarily at Shangri La Rasa Sentosa Resort and Spa, Universal Studios, VivoCity, public transport, unknown various locations
21 Jan 2020 to 24 Jan 2020: (Confirmed 3rd case) Primarily Scoot flight, public transport, unknown various locations
Unfortunately the list is incomplete because the Singapore government started censoring travel information of the subsequent 13 confirmed cases. There are now 18 confirmed cases, where one is a Singaporean who was evacuated from Wuhan.
The Singapore Ministry of Health is currently fabricating fake news claiming that there is no need to avoid these places, and there transmission in crowded places is “low”.