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askST: Is a Covid-19 supplemental vaccination still necessary now that the pandemic has ended?

Is a Covid-19 supplemental vaccination still necessary Considering that immunity to previous vaccines would have diminished, it is probable that vaccine updates will occur frequently. – SINGAPORE The latest Covid-19 vaccines will be imported by the Republic by the end of October. The Health Sciences Authority has granted approval to the novel vaccine developed by …

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Additional hospitalisations as the number of Covid-19 cases in Singapore reaches an all-time high in 2023.

Covid-19 cases in Singapore reaches an all-time high in 2023. People have been reassured by the Health Ministry that the numbers are lower than they were throughout the pandemic. Covid in SINGAPOREAn increasing number of 19 infections and hospitalisations are straining the local hospitals. The alert was also issued by the Ministry of Health (MOH), …

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Four essential details about Healthier SG

Singapore’s new preventive care strategy, Healthier SG, aims to empower family physicians to assist patients in taking responsibility for their own health. Insight examines both the advantages and unresolved inquiries associated with this massive healthcare transformation strategy. In an effort to promote active lifestyles, Healthier SG four essential detail will bring an increase in resident …

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As the population matures, Singapore relies on Healthier SG to maintain reliable, affordable, and accessible healthcare.

– SINGAPORE As Singapore attempts to manage a healthcare system burdened by a rapidly ageing population, the Healthier SG initiative, which encourages healthier living, is the country’s best option for maintaining affordable, high-quality, and accessible healthcare. Health Minister Ong Ye Kung made this statement on Tuesday at the Voco Orchard hotel during the 15th Singapore …

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Singapore is the first Asian country to receive a new pneumococcal pcv 20 vaccine.

Singapore is the first nation in Asia to receive the new pneumococcal vaccine. Seniors are advised to receive the PCV13 vaccine first, followed by the PPSV23 vaccine one year later. SINGAPORE – Singapore will be the first Asian nation to receive Pfizer’s new pneumococcal vaccine, which offers a broader range of protection and could replace …

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Nearly 4,000 new nurses will be added to Singapore’s workforce by the end of 2023: Ong Ye Kung’s

Nearly 4,000 new nurses will be added to Singapore’s workforce by the end of 2023: Ong Ye Kung’s The Health Minister also provided an update on median wait times at hospital emergency departments, noting that they have decreased from approximately seven hours to approximately four hours. Nearly 4,000 new nurses will be gradually recruited by …

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Can the health-care system withstand the introduction of a new COVID-19 variant?

Can the health-care system withstand the introduction of a new COVID-19 variant? WHO is concerned as the number of cases in China continues to rise. According to a WHO official, there are still “huge weaknesses” in the global health-care system that could be exposed if a new COVID variant takes dominance. Dr. Mike Ryan, executive …

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Should Singaporeans brace themselves for a bad flu season?

Should Singaporeans brace themselves for a bad flu season?In the midst of warnings of a “tripledemic” in the United States and the United Kingdom, how concerned should Singaporeans be about influenza? According to Yvonne Su of Duke-NUS, now is the best time to get a flu vaccine. SINGAPORE: It’s that time of year when everyone …

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fourth medical school is not the solution for more doctors.

Singapore requires more doctors, but establishing a fourth medical school is not the solution. Recent reports about long wait times and foreign doctor recruitment raise the question of how Singapore can expand its healthcare workforce. Doctors Benjamin Lee and Jeremy Lim argue that a fourth medical school is not the solution. SINGAPORE: Singapore’s healthcare requirements …

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polyclinics in both Sembawang and Khatib delayed by one year

A one-year delay has been imposed on the opening of new polyclinics in both Sembawang and Khatib.Both the renovation of the Jurong Polyclinic and the construction of the new National Skin Centre building have been put on hold. The opening of the new polyclinics in Sembawang and Khatib has been pushed back by one year. …

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