Singapore Confirms 45 New Covid-19 Cases On 14 Jan
The Ministry of Health (MOH) reported 45 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore today (14 Jan).
44 are imported among individuals serving their Stay-Home Notices (SHNs). There is also 1 case in the community.
Today’s total surpasses a recent high on 10 Jan, when we reported 42 new cases.
On track for nationwide vaccinations
As the authorities expand vaccination efforts in a bid to widen coverage, Singapore looks to be on track to achieve our goal.
MOH had earlier expressed their intention to ensure that all Singaporeans and long-term residents will be vaccinated by end-2021.
They recently announced the opening of 2 vaccination centres, with 2 more due to open soon. By Feb, there’ll likely be 8 centres to cater to even more people.
These will hopefully keep crowds away from clinics, so those who need medical attention can receive them promptly.
Hope Covid-19 cases will fall gradually
Deep in the throes of Phase 3, we’re glad to see that the number of community cases remains stable.
Kudos go to Singapore residents for adhering to health and safety precautions diligently.
While imported cases show no sign of slowing down just yet, we hope they will decrease in due time.
We’ve made fairly good progress so far, so let’s keep up our efforts and overcome this pandemic soon.
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