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Singapore facing new Covid-19 wave

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Singapore facing new Covid-19 wave, vaccination recommended especially for seniors: Ong Ye Kung​

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To protect bed capacity, public hospitals have been asked to reduce their non-urgent elective surgery cases. PHOTO: ST FILE
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Chin Soo Fang
Senior Correspondent
UPDATED

MAY 18, 2024, 03:56 PM

SINGAPORE – Singapore is seeing a new Covid-19 wave, with rising cases of infection in the last two weeks, said Health Minister Ong Ye Kung on May 18.
“We are at the beginning part of the wave where it is steadily rising,” said Mr Ong. “So I would say the wave should peak in the next two to four weeks, which means between mid- and end of June.”
The Ministry of Health (MOH) said that to protect hospital bed capacity and as a precaution, public hospitals have been asked to reduce their non-urgent elective surgery cases and move suitable patients to facilities like transitional care facilities or back home through Mobile Inpatient Care@Home.

Mr Ong urged those who are at greatest risk of severe disease, including individuals aged 60 years and above, medically vulnerable individuals and residents of aged care facilities, to receive an additional dose of the Covid-19 vaccine if they have not done so in the last 12 months.
MOH said the estimated number of Covid-19 cases in the week of May 5 to 11 rose to 25,900 cases, compared with 13,700 cases in the previous week. The average daily Covid-19 hospitalisations rose to about 250 from 181 the week before. The average daily intensive care unit (ICU) cases remained low at three cases, compared with two cases in the previous week.
Mr Ong said that if the number of Covid-19 cases doubles one time, Singapore will have 500 patients in its healthcare system, which is what Singapore can handle. However, if the number of cases doubles a second time, there will be 1,000 patients, and “that will be a considerable burden on the hospital system”, he noted.


“One thousand beds is equivalent to one regional hospital,” Mr Ong said. “So I think the healthcare system has to brace ourselves for what is to come.”
 

knowwhatyouwantinlife

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With the exception of community care and hospitals where there are vulnerables, I wonder who are the smart ones who are still testing as part of the statistics
 

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Covid is vaxtards’ problem. With 5G cell towers, these vaxtards get radiated easily and help the authorities to push their agenda easily

And these vaxtards will keep wearing a mask that didn’t prevent anything at all. The stupid ones will keep on getting vaccinated creating the pandemic of the stupid ones
 
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Lol, who they voted, when opening policies will h to expect these, but in the end sinkies Don benefit from open leg policies only papigs lol
 
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