COVID growth rate rises to 2.17; 95% of 1,001 more Omicron cases local

UPDATE: Singapore's weekly COVID infection growth rate on Thursday rose to 2.17, the highest since 16 Sept last year

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20/1/2022 7:21:00 PM

UPDATE: Singapore's weekly COVID infection growth rate on Thursday rose to 2.17, the highest since 16 Sept last year

Singapore's weekly COVID-19 infection growth rate on Thursday (20 January) rose to 2.17, the highest since 16 September last year.

. It reached a peak of 3.01 on 30 August last year, according to the Ministry Of Health (MOH).(CHART: MOH)Update your settings here to see it.The Ministry of Health (MOH) also confirmed 1,472 new COVID cases, down from 1,615 a day before. It is the fourth day in a row that authorities reported over 1,000 new daily cases.

Of them, some 77 per cent – or 1,133 – are local while 339 are imported. A total of 312 cases across the board are aged 11 and below. The country's total case count now stands at 297,549.Of the 1,001more Omicron cases confirmed among past reported infections, some 95 per cent – or 952 – are local while 49 are imported.

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1,448 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore; 589 Omicron infections confirmedSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 1,448 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Tuesday (Jan 18), comprising 990 local infections and 458 imported ones. There were no fatalities, according to the latest infection statistics on the Ministry of Health\u0027s (MOH) Omg but still not lockdown because CNY coming Yet they have been richly paid in millions for such outcomes

1,472 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore; 1,001 Omicron infections confirmedSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 1,472 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Thursday (Jan 20), comprising 1,133 local infections and 339 imported ones. There was one fatality, according to the latest infection statistics on the Ministry of Health\u0027s (MOH)

1,472 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore; 1,001 Omicron infections confirmedSINGAPORE — Singapore reported 1,472 new Covid-19 cases as of noon on Thursday (Jan 20), comprising 1,133 local infections and 339 imported ones.

1,615 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore; 1,185 Omicron infections confirmedSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 1,615 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Wednesday (Jan 19), comprising 1,205 local infections and 410 imported ones. There was one fatality, according to the latest infection statistics on the Ministry of Health\u0027s (MOH) website. This takes the dea Able to identify the source of transmission, thus to break the chain? Every day for the past 3 days when I was taking public transport such as bus and MRT, for SURE there was unwell peoples nearby with coughing and sneezing. 2000+ is coming if no tightening of measures WFH... what is the point of work in office when I just see computer screen like I work from home? 50% allowed is interpreted by my employer that they must bring 50% to office who actually can WFH.

1,615 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore; 1,185 Omicron infections confirmedSINGAPORE — Singapore reported 1,615 new Covid-19 cases as of noon on Wednesday (Jan 19), comprising 1,205 local infections and 410 imported ones.

Hit by streaming services and COVID-19, cinemas may see further consolidation, analysts saySINGAPORE: Singapore’s cinema industry may see further consolidation amid a “perfect storm” of stiff competition from online streaming services and profitability challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, experts said. Last week, Filmgarde Cineplexes announced that it will

The rate – or ratio of community cases for the past week over the week before – . It reached a peak of 3.01 on 30 August last year, according to the Ministry Of Health (MOH). (CHART: MOH) Update your settings here to see it. The Ministry of Health (MOH) also confirmed 1,472 new COVID cases, down from 1,615 a day before. It is the fourth day in a row that authorities reported over 1,000 new daily cases. Of them, some 77 per cent – or 1,133 – are local while 339 are imported. A total of 312 cases across the board are aged 11 and below. The country's total case count now stands at 297,549. Of the 1,001 more   Omicron cases confirmed among past reported infections, some 95 per cent – or 952 – are local while 49 are imported. There was one COVID-19 related death reported on Thursday, bringing the total number of people who have succumbed to the disease here to 845. A total of 966 cases were discharged, while 306 remain warded. Of those still hospitalised, 16 require oxygen supplementation, while 14 are in the intensive care unit (ICU). The MOH did not provide Thursday's overall ICU utilisation rate. Over the last 28 days, of the 11,183 infected individuals, 99.3 per cent had no or mild symptoms. As of Wednesday, the total number of individuals who have completed their full regimen or received two doses of COVID-19 vaccines is 91 per cent of the eligible population. Among the total population, 88 per cent have done so, while 90 per cent have received at least one dose, and 54 per cent have received their booster shots. As of last Saturday, more than 100,000 children aged five to 11 have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.  Singapore authorities from Monday have begun progressively administering second vaccine doses to children. Currently, the Pfizer-BioNTech/Comirnaty COVID-19 vaccine is the only vaccine approved for the age group. TRENDING