4,832 new Covid-19 cases in S'pore on Jan. 26, 2,996 low-risk cases detected via ART

The weekly infection growth rate is 2.50.

26/1/2022 5:23:00 PM

4,832 new Covid-19 cases in S'pore on Jan. 26, 2,996 low-risk cases detected via ART

The weekly infection growth rate is 2.50.

Change in reporting of daily casesAs of Jan. 21, MOH will stop its current practice of highlighting the number of Omicron variant cases that are part of the daily Covid-19 cases.This is due to the Omicron variant dominating the current infection wave.

MOH's updates will now include both new Covid-19 cases that have been confirmed via a PCR test, as well as new GP-Protocol 2 cases.These numbers will also be backdated to Jan. 6.Last week, the number of GP-Protocol 2 cases shot up to around 400 to 500 cases per day.

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Booster is 'working'. It is boosting the records. The race is on for highest number. Lol. Let’s WFH again, stop your 50% goal go back office Look at some of the highest vaccinated nations especially Israel with 80% Booster shot. Including finland, Denmark France, Australia, Canada and USA. Hospitalizations are near or at record breaking levels.

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44 Change in reporting of daily cases As of Jan. 21, MOH will stop its current practice of highlighting the number of Omicron variant cases that are part of the daily Covid-19 cases. This is due to the Omicron variant dominating the current infection wave. MOH's updates will now include both new Covid-19 cases that have been confirmed via a PCR test, as well as new GP-Protocol 2 cases. These numbers will also be backdated to Jan. 6. Last week, the number of GP-Protocol 2 cases shot up to around 400 to 500 cases per day. This week, it hit over 1,000 cases per day. "MOH has reviewed the situation and decided that it is better to include the GP-Protocol 2 cases in our daily updates as this will give a better picture of the epidemic situation in Singapore," Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said. As a result, MOH daily updates will register a drastic increase in the daily number of new cases. Follow and listen to our podcast here: Top image by Karen Lui. If you like what you read, follow us on