Eight more COVID-19 deaths, 3,445 new cases in Singapore

Eight more people died from COVID-19 complications, Singapore's health ministry announced late Friday. A snapshot of the situation in hospitals:

16/10/2021 5:17:00 AM

Eight more people died from COVID-19 complications, Singapore's health ministry announced late Friday. A snapshot of the situation in hospitals:

SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 3,445 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Friday (Oct 15), with eight more fatalities from complications due to the virus. The fatalities are seven men and one woman, aged between 61 and 89 years. Five of them were unvaccinated, while three were vaccinated.

SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 3,445 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Friday (Oct 15), with eight more fatalities from complications due to the virus.The fatalities are seven men and one woman, aged between 61 and 89 years. Five of them were unvaccinated, while three were vaccinated.

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Seven of the fatalities had various underlying medical conditions, while one unvaccinated case had no known medical conditions.This brings Singapore's death toll from the coronavirus to 215.Friday's case count is an increase from the 2,932 infections reported on Thursday.

Among the new cases, 3,443 are locally transmitted, comprising 2,823 infections in the community and 620 in migrant worker dormitories.Two are imported cases, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said in itsdaily updatereleased to media at about 11pm.As of Friday, Singapore has reported a total of 141,772 COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic. headtopics.com

HOSPITALISATIONS AND HOME RECOVERYAmong all COVID-19 community cases that have been onboarded or admitted, 16,513 patients, or about 75 per cent, are undergoing home recovery.Another 2,951 are in community care facilities and 804 in COVID-19 treatment facilities.

The remaining 1,593 patients are currently warded in hospital, mostly for observation, said MOH. Of these, 322 patients need oxygen supplementation and 48 are in intensive care.Over the last 28 days, out of 65,808 infected individuals, 1.1 per cent needed oxygen supplementation and 0.1 per cent were in intensive care.

Among those who needed oxygen supplementation or intensive care, 49.9 per cent were fully vaccinated and 50.1 per cent were unvaccinated or partially vaccinated.ACTIVE CLUSTERSMOH said it is"closely monitoring" three active clusters, including a senior care centre at Buangkok View that is a new addition to the list.

There are a total of 55 cases in the cluster at ECON Medicare Centre and Nursing Home, with 11 reported on Friday. One of the cases is a staff member, while the remaining 54 are residents.An existing cluster at United Medicare Centre in Toa Payoh added five cases for a total of 118 infections. A majority of the cases are residents, with staff members and a household member also among the infected. headtopics.com

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Acacia Home, a welfare home for destitute people, is the third active cluster with three new infections bringing the total to 14. Twelve of the cases are residents, and the rest are staff members. Read more: CNA »

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Singapore Health Team not proactive. Everyday people died. Report only. No action. Can you report no. Of daily death. Eg. Out of 15 death yesterday, 8 are due to covid with underlying conditions. Better comparison. Yeah no need to show figures la. Govt already decide to live with covid. Already said almost all will kena sooner or later. Which means those that survive will survive, those that die will die. This is the plan, living with covid.

Search YouTube 'Dr Creep Pandemic 2020&FB Gpmc 3.0!!!!! Where other countries crossed 3rd wave already, I feel Singapore just hit by second wave. Anyone agrees? This implies around 60-70% people who went to ICU end up dead If we are not abandon the so called “live with covid” plan, what’s the point of showing the figures?

Will you ever split the numbers of cases into those cases of vaccinated and unvaccinated people? If more severe cases are reported under unvaccinated people every single day, then those still unvaccinated would see the risks and go for their shots. Boring 🙄

15 more deaths from COVID-19 as Singapore reports 2,932 new casesSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 2,932 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday (Oct 14) as 15 more people died from complications due to the virus. The fatalities are eight men and seven women. The deaths include a 23-year-old who was partially vaccinated and a 34-year-old who was unvaccinated. Both of Oh dear! 😭 Stay calm. 23 y/o was partially vaccinated and had underlying medical conditions. Omg

3,445 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore; 8 more deaths bring tally to 215SINGAPORE — There were 3,445 new cases of Covid-19 recorded on Friday (Oct 15), the highest in six days, as well as eight deaths from Covid-19 complications. OMG. More than half of the total deaths happened during the first two weeks of this month. How many casualties more?

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