He announced that the goal would not be to completely rule out infection, patients would not need to self-isolate, and they would not announce the daily number of infections, or any other relevant statistics. However, you will have to take the test to go to or go to the store work.
Singaporean officials believe there is now a “new normal with the coronavirus”.
Singapore’s trade ministers wrote: “The bad news is that COVID-19 may never go away. The good news is that it is possible to live with it naturally. This means that the virus will mutate and thus survive in our society.” Health in the Straits Times editorial.
“Many people get the flu every year. The vast majority recover without hospitalization and with little or no medication. However, a minority, especially the elderly and those with comorbidities, can get seriously ill and some die. We can’t eliminate it,” but we are able on turning the epidemic into something less threatening, like influenza or chickenpox, and continuing to live,” the magazine says.
Like many countries, Singapore saw its peak in infections last year, with 600 cases per day in mid-April. Then a smaller wave came in August.
This nation of 5.7 million people, slightly larger than the population of Sydney, has seen a steady decline in the number of cases – to 20-30 a day. In total, 35 people died here. Singapore has dealt with COVID-19 by introducing strict border controls on arrival from most countries, including border testing and quarantine at the the hotel or at home. (PAP)
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