Singapore reports 3,174 new COVID-19 cases and 14 more deaths

Singapore reports 3,174 new COVID-19 cases and 14 more deaths

25/10/2021 6:49:00 PM

Singapore reports 3,174 new COVID-19 cases and 14 more deaths

SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 3,174 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Monday (Oct 25) as 14 more people died from complications due to the virus. The fatalities, who were aged between 60 and 93, had various underlying medical conditions. The Ministry of Health (MOH) did not specify what

SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 3,174 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Monday (Oct 25) as 14 more people died from complications due to the virus.The fatalities, who were aged between 60 and 93, had various underlying medical conditions. The Ministry of Health (MOH) did not specify what these conditions were.

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This brings Singapore's death toll from the coronavirus to 329.The number of new COVID-19 infections is a decrease from the daily count of 3,383 reported on Sunday.Among Monday's cases, 3,165 infections are locally transmitted, comprising 2,843 in the community and 322 in migrant workers' dormitories.

Nine are imported cases, MOH said in its daily update released to media at about 11.30pm.The weekly infection growth rate is 1.18 as of Monday. This refers to the ratio of community cases for the past week over the week before.If the figure drops below 1, Singapore headtopics.com

such as allowing household members to dine-in together, co-chair of the multi-ministry task force Lawrence Wong said on Saturday.As of Monday, Singapore has reported a total of175,818COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic.Related:Call 995 only for 'life-threatening' situations, use emergency services prudently: MOH, SCDF

HOSPITALISATIONS AND HOME RECOVERYAmong all COVID-19 community cases that have been onboarded or admitted, 18,279 patients, or 71.3 per cent, are undergoing home recovery.Another 4,626 are in community care facilities and 952 are in COVID-19 treatment facilities.

The remaining 1,779 patients are warded in hospital, mostly for observation, said MOH. Of these, 261 patients need oxygen supplementation in general wards.In the intensive care unit (ICU), 107 cases are unstable and under close monitoring to prevent further deterioration, and 64 are critically ill and intubated.

A total of 2,954 cases were discharged on Monday, of which 428 are seniors above 60.Over the last 28 days, out of 86,106 infected people, 0.9 per cent needed oxygen supplementation in the general ward, 0.1 per cent were unstable and under close monitoring in the ICU and 0.1 per cent were critically ill and intubated in the ICU. headtopics.com

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CALL 995 ONLY FOR"LIFE-THREATENING" SITUATIONSAuthorities on Monday urged members of the public toonly call 995 for"life-threatening emergencies".This will ensure those who require urgent care are able to receive it promptly, said MOH and the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF).

Life-threatening and emergency conditions include sudden onset of chest pain, breathlessness, drowsiness or confusion, sudden onset of limb or body weakness, difficulty in speech, or drooping of the face, severe bleeding from injuries, loss of consciousness, and unexplained jerking of the body or fits.

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