Hong Kong: Link between Covid cases and deaths re-established *4 UPDATES*

Hong Kong may impose a hard lockdown that confines people to their homes, authorities signalled Monday 28th February 2022, with the city’s zero-COVID strategy in tatters and bodies piling up in hospitals....More...

Decoding Sars-Cov-2: How are global Covid waves formed, and can we predict future waves?

Global Covid waves are formed by smaller continental waves combining to create the unique global sine wave pattern we have seen in 2021....More...

Singapore: 1,096 new infections of which 484 were fully vaccinated, 333 were partially vaccinated and 279 unvaccinated

In its daily update on Thursday night (July 22), the Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH) revealed that of 1,096 locally transmitted infections over the last 28 days, 484 were fully vaccinated, 333 cases were partially vaccinated and 279 were unvaccinated....More...

Singapore: significant risk of vaccine breakthrough with the Sinovac #coronavirus vaccine

There is a significant risk of “vaccine breakthrough” with the Sinovac vaccine, or CoronaVac, with international evidence showing that many who had taken it were later infected with COVID-19, said the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) director of medical services Kenneth Mak on Friday, 18 June 2021....More...

UK: Delta with K417N – the “mountaineers” variant – PHE coronavirus Delta-AY.1 update

Of the 36 cases of Delta-AY.1 (mountaineers) variant, 27 cases were known to have a vaccination status within the National Immunisation Management System (NIMS). ...More...

Singapore: 78 #coronavirus cases in current outbreak were vaccinated compared to about 300 unvaccinated cases

A total of 78 Covid-19 cases in the current outbreak in Singapore have been vaccinated – many of whom are frontline workers – compared to about 300 unvaccinated cases, said Health Minister Ong Ye Kung. ...More...

Singapore: B.1.617.2 Delta has a higher viral load in the respiratory tract of patients and stays for longer

On May 19, the director of Singapore’s National Center for Infectious Diseases, Professor Liang Yuxin, said in an exclusive interview with Singapore’s mainstream media, Lianhe Zaobao, that Singapore’s research shows that the recent local transmission of the mutant new coronavirus B.1.617.2 remains in the respiratory tract of patients in a higher amount....More...