Singapore has reported a citywide total of 75 cases of COVID19, and three of its newest cases indicate that its patients have never traveled to China recently. This makes the state one of few countries with localized infections, stumping health authorities as to how the virus entered into their mainstream. At the moment, we don’t have a travel ban to Singapore. Meanwhile, Taiwan and Macau have less than a hundred cases between them, and most of those infected had traveled to China during the peak of the infection. We imposed a travel ban on both countries. Only recently did we again open travel between us and them.