Omicron cases in Singapore have not been severe, none required intensive care, oxygen supplementation so far

Overseas studies showed that mRNA vaccines reduced the risk of symptomatic infection from Omicron. - The Straits Times/ANN

SINGAPORE, Dec 27 (The Straits Times/ANN): None of the Omicron cases in Singapore has been severe so far, and infected individuals have not required oxygen supplementation or intensive care, said the Health Ministry on Sunday night (Dec 26).

It acknowledged, however, that this may also be because most cases are fully vaccinated and from younger age groups.

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