Singapore reports 13,208 new Covid-19 cases on Friday (Feb 4)

SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 13,208 new Covid-19 cases on Friday (Feb 4), a three fold increase from the number reported a day before.

The republic also reported six fatalities, according to the Health Ministry in its nightly data published on its website.

Over the last 28 days, the data showed that 85,357 persons were infected with 99.7% having no or mild symptoms.

Of these, 0.3% required oxygen and supplementation and 0.04% in the intensive care unit.

The weekly infection growth rate here stood at 1.39 on Friday, up from the 1.23 reported on Thursday (Feb 3).

The total caseload for the republic now stands at 379,681, with 866 deaths.

As of Feb 3, 89% of the population has completed their full regimen or received two doses of Covid-19 vaccines, and 59% has received booster shots. - Bernama

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