3,598 new Covid-19 cases in S'pore, 6 more deaths reported

Total number of cases has reached 169,261.

Kayla Wong | Jane Zhang | October 23, 2021, 11:33 PM

Singapore's Ministry of Health (MOH) reported 3,598 new Covid-19 cases today (Oct. 23) as of 12pm.

Here are the important numbers that you should be aware of:

Situation update

New cases on Oct. 23: 3,598

New community cases: 2,804

Total number of cases reported thus far: 169,261


New deaths reported on Oct. 23: Six

Gender & age: Two male Singaporeans/Singapore Residents and four female Singaporeans, aged 61 to 91 years

Vaccination & medical status: Four unvaccinated and two vaccinated. All of them had various underlying medical conditions

Total deaths reported thus far: 300


Cases in Home Recovery: 17,725 (70.4 per cent)

Cases in Community Care Facilities: 4,796 (19.1 per cent)

Cases in Covid-19 Treatment Facilities: 960 (3.8 per cent)

Cases warded in hospital: 1,680 (6.7 per cent)

Cases requiring oxygen supplementation: 269

Cases that are unstable and under close monitoring in the ICU: 91

Cases critically ill and intubated in the ICU: 58

Vaccination progress

Completed full regimen/received two doses: 84 per cent of population

Received at least one dose: 85 per cent of population

Number of individuals who received booster shots: 680,979

Clusters under active monitoring

MOH is monitoring two active clusters which have already been ringfenced through tracing, testing and isolation.

Top photo via Zheng Zhangxin.