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Unvaccinated 72-year-old woman dies of COVID-19 complications; 906 new local cases in Singapore


There have been 837 sufferers warded in hospital, most of whom have been properly and underneath remark, stated MOH.

Of these, 77 cases of critical sickness required oxygen supplementation and 12 have been in important situation in the intensive care unit (ICU).

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Of those that have fallen very unwell, 69 are seniors above 60 years of age.

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Over the final 28 days, the proportion of local cases who have been asymptomatic or had gentle signs is 98.2 per cent.


MOH stated 82 per cent of Singapore’s inhabitants have accomplished their full vaccination routine or acquired two doses of COVID-19 vaccines as of Wednesday, whereas 84 per cent have acquired a minimum of one dose.

More than 8.88 million doses of vaccines have been administered underneath the nationwide vaccination programme, protecting about 4.56 million individuals, of whom 4.43 million have accomplished the complete routine.

Another 180,118 doses of different vaccines recognised in the World Health Organization’s emergency use itemizing have been administered, protecting 86,813 individuals.

As of Thursday, Singapore has reported a complete of 74,848 COVID-19 cases and 59 deaths from the illness.

Co-chair of the multi-ministry job pressure Lawrence Wong stated final week that local cases would attain 1,000 a day “very soon”. 

“All countries that have opened up have had to deal with such waves. For us, it’s happening faster than we had expected,” Mr Wong stated in a press convention.

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