Health officials in Singapore have confirmed nine additional cases of coronavirus, bringing the citywide total to 67 cases.
None of the nine new cases had traveled to China recently, according to a statement from the Ministry of Health Friday.
At least six of the newly confirmed cases are linked to a cluster of cases related to the Grace Assembly of God church.
A further case involves a 61-year-old female Singapore citizen who is a family member of the 50th and 55th confirmed cases.
One of the two remaining cases is a 61-year-old male Singapore citizen who works at a private hospital in Singapore, and the remaining case is a 50-year-old Singapore citizen.
The Ministry of Health added that contact tracing for the confirmed cases is ongoing.
The Grace Assembly of God church cluster is currently the largest community cluster of cases in Singapore, with a total of 13 confirmed cases linked to it.
The other clusters include four cases linked to a construction site, three cases linked to a private business meeting in the Grand Hyatt hotel, nine cases linked to the Yong Thai Hang shop, and five cases linked to The Life Church and Missions Singapore.
According to the Ministry of Health, 17 confirmed cases have now fully recovered from the virus and have been discharged from the hospital.
A further 50 confirmed cases remain hospitalized, with six patients in a critical condition receiving treatment in the intensive care units of various hospitals.