18 Singaporeans die from Covid-19 complications; 3,862 new infections. SINGAPORE – Eighteen Singaporeans, aged 55 to 96, have died from complications linked to Covid-19, taking Singapore’s death toll to 264.
Sixteen were men and two were women, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Wednesday (Oct 20).
|Total cases||Currently in hospital||Total deaths|
|154,725+3,994 new on Oct 19||1,738||246+7 reported on Oct 19|
The number of Covid-19 cases in Singapore has grown to 154,725, with 3,994 new cases reported on Oct 19.
Of these, 3,480 were reported in the community and 501 in the workers’ dormitories.
The remaining 13 cases were imported and had been placed on stay-home notice on arrival in Singapore.
A further 2,535 patients were either discharged from hospital or completed isolation on Oct 19, bringing the total to 127,571 cases who have recovered so far.
What happens if you have symptoms of Covid, or test ART positive in Singapore?
Read more at Money Sense here