127 new locally transmitted Covid-19 cases in Singapore, including 75 linked to Jurong Fishery Port cluster; 5 traced to KTV clubs

24/7/2021 1:46:00 PM

127 new locally transmitted Covid-19 cases in Singapore, including 75 linked to Jurong Fishery Port cluster; 5 traced to KTV clubs

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Covid-19: S’pore ‘neither reversing nor racing ahead’ with reopening but pausing to slow, monitor spread, say ministers

SINGAPORE — In the face of questions over the progress of Singapore’s reopening amid a recent surge in Covid-19 cases, Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said on Friday (Sept 10) that the country is neither “reversing” nor “racing ahead” but will take the next two to four weeks to slow down transmission and monitor the rise in infections.

we can add new cluster waiting to happen with the funeral procession today. why no social distancing ambassador there? Those who enabled that 200 people gathering should be arrested. People are contracting the virus and yet lives are not taken seriously at a funeral. the irony

Vaccinated people make up 75% of recent COVID-19 cases in Singapore, but few fall illSINGAPORE (Reuters) -Vaccinated individuals accounted for three-quarters of Singapore's COVID-19 infections in the last four weeks, but they were not falling seriously ill, government data showed, as a rapid ramp-up in inoculations leaves fewer people unvaccinated. While the data shows that vaccines are highly effective in preventing severe cases, it also underscores the risk that even those inoculated could be contagious, so that inoculation alone may not suffice to halt transmission. Of Singapore's 1,096 locally transmitted infections in the last 28 days, 484, or about 44%, were in fully vaccinated people, while 30% were partially vaccinated and just over 25% were unvaccinated, Thursday's data showed.

Covid-19: 3 new clusters found; 130 new locally transmitted cases in Singapore

Malaysia’s new Covid-19 cases climb over 13,000 again for second time in July

Malaysia reports more than 13,000 new COVID-19 cases, second highest daily tallyKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia logged more than 13,000 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday (Jul 22), marking its second highest daily tally since the start of ... It's sad. Mismanagement. Believe in the wrong thing and person More testing will surely push this numbers higher. 那麽多?

Boon Lay Place Food Village closed till Aug 6 after 7 Covid-19 cases found: MOH

Australia's Victoria state reports slight easing in Covid-19 cases