Singapore’s Ministry of Health reported a major increase in breakthrough infections of COVID-19 for four straight days despite being ranked Number 5 in the world in vaccination rate. More than 80 percent are vaccinated against COVID-19.
The latest reports show that 83% had received at least two COVID-19 doses as of 7/10/2021. 85% have received at most one dose.
As of the 8th of October 2021, at 12pm, Singapore’s Ministry of Health has recorded a total of 3,590 new cases of COVID-19 infection, an increase from the 3,483 cases on Thursday.
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It is also the most severe pandemic since its inception. Six new people died.
The Ministry of Health has more information:
Current COVID-19 Situation (8 October 2021).
More than 75% have booked appointments or received their booster doses to date.
For full details: https://t.co/YLCD67ahoX pic.twitter.com/Ewm1b5ozKp
— Ministry of Health (@sporeMOH) October 8, 2021
Tweeter sah that Singapore finally flattened but was wrongly on one axis.
After vaccinating over 85% of its population, Singapore 🇸🇬 finally flattened the curve, but along the wrong axis: pic.twitter.com/jHjczPGooE
— Dr. Eli David (@DrEliDavid) October 8, 2021
Gateway Pundit reported previously on worrying data that was released by a government funded project. It showed how the effectiveness of the Moderna and Pfizer mRNA COVID-19 vaccins had significantly declined over time. Each week brings less effect for fully vaccinated persons.
The Department. launched an AI program. of Defense’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) called “Project Salus” has examined data on 5.6 million Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 and older, revealed that the majority of those infected with COVID-19 were fully vaccinated.
Read the rest here: New Data from Department of Defense ‘Project Salus’ Shows Waning Immunity from COVID-19 Vaccine to its 5.6 Million Vaccinated Medicare Beneficiaries