Moh, Covıd-19, Coronavirus

Moh, Covıd-19

Elderly Singaporean woman dies from COVID-19 complications; 127 new locally transmitted cases

Elderly Singaporean woman dies from COVID-19 complications; 127 new locally transmitted cases

24/7/2021 8:18:00 PM

Elderly Singaporean woman dies from COVID-19 complications; 127 new locally transmitted cases

SINGAPORE: An 83-year-old woman died from complications due to COVID-19 on Saturday (Jul 24), becoming Singapore's 37th fatality from the ...

BookmarkSINGAPORE: An 83-year-old woman died from complications due to COVID-19 on Saturday (Jul 24), becoming Singapore's 37th fatality from the disease.The Singaporean woman, identified as Case 64342, lived in Bukit Merah View and was linked to the 121 Bukit Merah View cluster, said the Ministry of Health (MOH).

COVID-19: Shorter stay-home notice period for travellers from Poland, Saudi Arabia 15 F&B outlets ordered to shut for breaching safe distancing measures, allowing unvaccinated patrons to dine in Singapore's daily COVID-19 cases likely to hit 1,000 soon: Ong Ye Kung

AdvertisementAdvertisementShe was not vaccinated against COVID-19.The woman developed symptoms on Jun 16 but did not seek medical attention until she was taken to National University Hospital on Jun 18, said MOH, adding that she had a history of hypertension and hyperlipidaemia.

Singapore also reported 127 new locally transmitted COVID-19 infections as of noon on Saturday, including 75 cases linked to the Jurong Fishery Port cluster and five to the cluster in KTV lounges.There are now 741 cases linked to the Jurong Fishery Port/Hong Lim Market & Food Centre cluster, which is the largest active cluster in Singapore.

Among the new local cases, 69 infections were linked to previous cases and have already been placed in quarantine. Twenty-nine were detected through surveillance testing.The remaining 29 infections currently have no links to previous cases, said MOH.Six of the new cases are people above the age of 70 who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated and are at risk of serious illness, MOH added.

AdvertisementAdvertisementThere were also three imported cases.One of the infections was detected upon arrival in Singapore, while two developed the illness during their stay-home notice or isolation.In total, Singapore reported 130 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday.

SAMY'S CURRY AT DEMPSEY A NEW CLUSTERSamy’s Curry Restaurant at Dempsey is one of two new clusters announced on Saturday, with eight cases linked to it."Our epidemiological investigations have found that there is likely ongoing transmission at the restaurant," said MOH.

​​​​​​​To break the chain of transmission and enable deep cleaning, the restaurant will be closed to all members of the public for two weeks, from Jul 25 to Aug 8.All staff at the restaurant have been placed on quarantine.Free COVID-19 tests will also be offered to people who had visited the restaurant between Jul 19 and 23.

Covid-19: 934 new locally transmitted cases; 1 cluster discovered at Sembcorp Marine Admiralty Yard Covid-19 cases doubling every 7 to 10 days but ‘encouraging’ that severe cases have not risen in tandem: MOH China's Xi urges Afghanistan to stamp out terrorism, vows more aid

MOH said all visitors to the Dempsey area should monitor their health closely and minimise social interactions as much as possible, for 14 days from their date of visit. They are encouraged to see a doctor immediately if they feel unwell.The second new COVID-19 cluster is identified as the Case 65791 cluster, with four cases. No further details were given about the infections.

There are currently 26 active COVID-19 clusters in Singapore, ranging between three and 741 infections.Two clusters have been closed as there have been no cases linked to them for the past two incubation periods, said the ministry.The closed clusters are linked to Case 64184 - a 27-year-old Indian national who works as an engineer at Ecoxplore - and Case 64264, a 32-year-old Indonesian domestic worker.

NINE SENIORS VERY ILL: MOHMOH said the overall number of new cases in the community has increased from 238 in the week before to 1,027 cases in the past week.The number of unlinked cases in the community has also increased from 17 cases in the week before to 120 cases in the past week.

A total of 490 cases are in hospital, with most well and under observation.There are 12 cases of serious illness requiring oxygen supplementation, and one in critical condition in the intensive care unit. None of the 13 cases is fully vaccinated.Nine people above 60 years old, who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, have fallen very ill, said MOH.

"There is continuing evidence that vaccination helps to prevent serious disease when one gets infected," said the ministry."Over the last 28 days, 11 local cases required oxygen supplementation, were admitted to ICU or passed away. Six are unvaccinated, five are partially vaccinated and none was fully vaccinated."

Read more: CNA »

Covid-19: People with positive rapid-test result to self-isolate for 3 days; test kits at 100 vending machines from Sept 18

Ahem. Methinks, a key point is non given due status. Let us not put ourselves in any position to get infected in the first place to do community spread harming fellow people. Government must do better not to allow more virus in. A serious key on top of this vaccination thing.🤔 Only if one stay with elderly , then they will understand why is it so difficult to convince them to get vaccinated . The older they gets , their mindset of death getting more extreme , they worried about death . Its totally reverse if they say ' Die Die lor '

Only 39% effective? Our authority is so proud of this vaccine. Chances of getting covid-19 infection is higher among those vaccinated with mRNA than those without vaccination. But vaccination prevents severe illness and hospitalization. However, mutation of virus into stronger strain on those vaccinated is possible.

Please vaccinate. Take a look on this video For all the measures the government is taking to try to contain this virus, it seems relatively little is being done to get seniors vaccinated.

Singaporean woman, 83, dies of COVID-19; 37th fatality from infectionAn 83-year-old Singaporean woman died of COVID-19 infection on Saturday (24 July), the Ministry of Health ( MOH ) said in its daily COVID-19 report.

75 of 127 new local COVID-19 cases in Singapore linked to Jurong Fishery Port clusterThe Ministry of Health ( MOH ) on Saturday (24 July) reported 130 new cases of COVID-19 infection in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 64,054.

Facebook has no idea how far COVID-19 vaccine misinformation has spread.Facebook data scientists told the New York Times that they asked the company for help to measure misinformation in early 2020. Facebook declined.

Australia approves Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 12 to 15SYDNEY: Australia's drug regulator has approved Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine for use with children aged 12 to 15, Federal Health Minister ...

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

Cricket: West Indies v Australia second ODI suspended due to positive COVID-19 caseREUTERS: The second one-day international between West Indies and Australia was suspended minutes before the scheduled start in Barbados due ...