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9 more deaths from COVID-19 as Singapore reports 3,190 new cases


SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 3,190 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday (Oct 13) as nine more people died from complications due to the virus.

The fatalities are 6 men and 3 women, aged between 52 and 98. Among them, six were unvaccinated against COVID-19, two were partially vaccinated and one was fully vaccinated.

Eight of them had various underlying medical conditions while one unvaccinated case had no known medical conditions. The 52-year-old case was partially vaccinated against COVID-19 and multiple underlying medical conditions.

This takes Singapore's death toll from the coronavirus to 192.

A total of 3,190 new infections were reported on Wednesday, an increase from the 2,976 cases on Tuesday.

Among the new cases, 3,184 infections are locally transmitted, comprising 2,686 in the community and 498 in migrant worker dormitories.

Six are imported cases, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) in its daily update released to media at about 11pm.

As of Wednesday, Singapore has reported a total of 135,395 COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic.


Among all COVID-19 cases who have been onboarded or admitted, 17,080 cases, or 77.8 per cent, are undergoing home recovery.

Another 2,885 are in community care facilities and 473 in COVID-19 treatment facilities.

Another 1,507 patients are currently warded in hospital, mostly for observation, said MOH. Of these, 300 patients need oxygen supplementation and 46 are in intensive care.

Over the last 28 days, among 61,274 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, 49.6 per cent were fully vaccinated and 50.4 per cent were unvaccinated or partially vaccinated.


More vaccination-differentiated measures kicked in on Wednesday, with unvaccinated people no longer allowed to dine in at hawker centres and coffee shops, or enter shopping malls, large standalone stores and attractions.

A one-week grace period until Oct 19 has been granted for implementation of these restrictions at shopping malls and stores.

Unvaccinated people who work in shopping malls and stores, as well as unvaccinated people seeking medical and childcare services who can show proof of this, are exempted from the new restrictions.


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