Eatery and bar in Robertson Quay among locations visited by COVID-19 cases while infectious

The Beast & Butterflies restaurant was visited on back-to-back days.

Phoon Jia Hui

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Published: 15 February 2021, 11:57 AM

Bar Bar Black Sheep and the Beast & Butterflies restaurant at M Social Singapore in Robertson Quay were added to the list of places visited by COVID-19 cases while infectious by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Sunday (Feb 14).

In particular, Beast & Butterflies was visited on Feb 11 and Feb 12.

The full details are as follows:

  1. Beast & Butterflies restaurant at M Social Singapore hotel on Feb 11, between 9pm and 10pm, and on Feb 12, between 12.30pm and 1.30pm
  2. Bar Bar Black Sheep bar on Feb 12, between 7pm and 8.45pm

The list is updated by MOH on a rolling 14-day basis, or one incubation period, and as epidemiological investigations progress.

If you were at any of the locations during the specified timings, you should monitor your health closely for 14 days from your date of visit as a precautionary measure, MOH advised. 

There were 14 new COVID-19 cases reported in Singapore on Sunday. All are imported.

COVID-19 cluster at Chinatown Complex

Meanwhile, a COVID-19 cluster linked to a Chinatown Complex stall owner was identified on Friday (Feb 12). His wife and two sons also tested positive for the disease. 

The stall owner is a 66-year-old permanent resident who did not seek medical attention despite developing a dry cough on Jan 28 and loss of smell on Feb 9, MOH said.

His infection was detected through community surveillance testing of stallholders and shop owners in Chinatown on Feb 9.

The man’s wife, a 62-year-old homemaker, and their sons, aged 32 and 33, subsequently tested positive on Feb 11. 

MOH noted that the stall owner and his family do not use the TraceTogether app and did not carry their TraceTogether tokens with them.

“Individuals are reminded to turn on their TraceTogether app or carry their TraceTogether token at all times so that we can quickly identify and isolate the close contacts of COVID-19 cases, and limit further infections,” said MOH.

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