22 Covid-19 Cases On 11 Jan
With new variants of Covid-19 emerging, and some time before most Singapore residents can get their vaccines, we’re some way from seeing the last of this coronavirus.
But we’re definitely avoiding a large surge in local cases at the moment, so it’s a blessing that we’re able to go out and meet friends, family, and loved ones.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) confirmed as of 12pm on Monday (11 Jan) that there are 22 new Covid-19 cases.
All of them are imported.
22 new Covid cases on 11 Jan are all imports
The imported cases were either already undergoing Stay-Home Notice (SHN) or were isolated upon arrival in Singapore.
Yesterday’s 42 cases were all imported — that number is the largest number of imports since Mar last year.
Home Team healthcare frontliners will receive vaccinations
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) announced on Monday (11 Jan) that they’ve beggun vaccinating frontliners in the Home Team
- SCDF Emergency Medical Services officers
- Home Team Medical Services Division staff
- Home Team Science and Technology Agency frontliners
- Singapore Prison Service frontliners
80 people will receive their vaccines today, and a total of 1,050 officers will get theirs over the coming weeks.
MHA said that 94% of all identified officers agreed to get the vaccination after a total of 1,123 officers were identified.
MOH will give more updates on today’s cases at night.
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