COVID-19 Statistics

02 Oct 2023


In line with the transition to DORSCON Green, key COVID-19 Statistics will be consolidated on the COVID-19 Statistics page and updated on a weekly basis from 13 February 2023, to align with reporting for other endemic infectious diseases in the Weekly Infectious Diseases Bulletin.

Number of COVID-19 infections by Epi-week

While there is a rise in the estimated number of COVID-19 cases in the week of 17 to 23 September 2023 (14,843 cases compared to the previous week 6,401 cases), the number of estimated COVID-19 infections is currently low compared to previous waves. The average daily new COVID-19 hospitalisations and average daily new ICU cases have also remained low. The increase could be due to a number of factors, including waning population immunity, rise of other emerging variants and increased travel and community interactions resulting in virus transmission.  

MOH continues to monitor the situation closely. The public is advised to maintain personal hygiene and keep up-to-date with their COVID-19 vaccinations including a booster dose around one year after their last booster dose for those aged 60 years and above, medically vulnerable persons, and residents of aged care facilities.

As of Epi-week 7, number of COVID-19 infections are estimated based on the National ARI Surveillance Programme. Estimated number of infections for recent Epi-weeks may be subject to revision as more data is available.

Average daily hospitalised / ICU cases by Epi-week



Progress of COVID-19 vaccination

Vaccination Status by Age Group

Number of new COVID-19 hospitalisations / ICU admissions by Epi-week

Hospital Admissions

ICU Admissions

Average Daily Adult ICU Bed Utilisation by Epi-week

Number of COVID-19 deaths by month

Death statistics for each month will be available the next month.