COVID-19 Epidemic Curve

COVID-19 Situation Report Summary Table

DateImportedLocalTotal Cases
Before 1-Nov7770120246712102372
1-Nov to 7-Nov14152121722632
8-Nov to 14-Nov12221518516407
15-Nov to 21-Nov15511167113222
22-Nov to 28-Nov1372868410056
Total number of cases since start of outbreak8326120814282164689
Total number of persons ever infected with COVID-198082920227372103566
Population at risk56400005640000
Prevalence35.9%37.3%

  • Death
  • In ICU care or died
  • Requiring O2 in general ward, in ICU care or died

Proportion (%) of cases who died, by age and vaccination status

1 September 22 to 15 November 22
AgeNo Minimum ProtectionMinimum ProtectionUp-To-Date Vaccination
0-120.00.00.0
13-190.00.00.0
20-290.00.00220.0022
30-390.00.00.0
40-490.00.00210.0021
50-590.0400.00540.0056
60-690.310.0180.021
70-790.450.0890.092
80+2.20.490.52
Total0.0700.0240.024

Proportion (%) of cases ever requiring oxygen supplementation in general ward, in ICU care or died, by age and vaccination status

1 September 22 to 15 November 22
AgeNo Minimum ProtectionMinimum ProtectionUp-To-Date Vaccination
0-120.0500.00.0
13-190.120.0240.024
20-290.0170.0110.011
30-390.0140.0120.013
40-490.0680.0380.040
50-590.520.110.011
60-691.80.410.43
70-792.81.21.2
80+8.23.63.6
Total0.380.260.24

Footnote: Cases in ICU care comprises cases critically ill and intubated in ICU or unstable and under monitoring in ICU.
Minimum Protection: Individuals aged 5 years and above are considered to have minimum protection if they have completed three mRNA or Novavax/Nuvaxovid doses, or four Sinovac CoronaVac doses.
Up-to-Date Vaccination: Individuals are considered up to date with their COVID 19 vaccination if they have received at least the minimum protection and their last vaccine dose was received within the past one year.

New COVID-19 hospital and ICU admissions

  • Hospital admissions
  • ICU admissions

Daily Adult ICU Bed Utilisation

Number of Swabs Tested

  • ART
  • PCR

Number of Reportable ART Swabs Tested (as of 5 Dec 2022)

Total Reportable ART Swabs Tested
42,694,100
Average Daily Number of Reportable ART Swabs Tested Over The Past Week
11,800
Average Daily Number of Reportable ART Swabs Tested Over The Past 28 days
13,000
Total Reportable ART Swabs per 1,000,000 Total Population
7,573,900

Average Daily Number of Reportable ART Swabs Tested (Weekly)


Note: This statistic only include ART results that are reportable to MOH, and does not include self-administered, non-reportable ART.

Number of PCR Swabs Tested (as of 5 Dec 2022)

Total PCR Swabs Tested
24,728,524

Average Daily Number of PCR Swabs Tested Over the Past Week
~1,800

Average Daily Number of PCR Swabs Tested Over the Past 28 days
~2,200

Total PCR Swabs per 1,000,000 Total Population
~4,386,800

Average Daily Number of PCR Swabs Tested (Weekly)


Note: Past number of swabs are subject to revision when more swab data is received.

PCR Test Positivity Rate (%)

Update on Genomic Surveillance Results

For the month of October 2022, local COVID-19 cases sequenced were all Omicron: 65% were XBB, 23% were BA.5 and its lineages (including BQ.1), 12% were BA.2 and its lineages (including BA.2.75, excluding XBB), 1 case of BA.4 and 1 case of recombinant lineage (XBD-like). Imported cases sequenced were also all Omicron: 47% were BA.5 and its lineages (including BQ,1), 35% were XBB, 16% were BA.2 and its lineages (including BA.2.75, excluding XBB), 2% were BA.4, 1 case of Omicron B.1.1.529 (without additional mutations) and 1 case of recombinant lineage (XBD-like).

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