In Singapore, vaccinated people made up three-quarters of recent Covid-19 cases, but few fell ill


Vaccinated individuals accounted for three-quarters of Singapore’s Covid-19 infections in the last four weeks, but they were not falling seriously ill, government data showed, as a rapid ramp-up in inoculations leaves fewer people unvaccinated.While the data shows that vaccines are highly effective in preventing severe cases, it also underscores the risk that even those inoculated could be contagious, so that inoculation alone may not suffice to halt transmission.Of Singapore’s 1,096 locally…

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