OYK: Some people who catch COVID-19 may still fall very sick and succumb to the illness, but this is “no different” from living with influenza

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Vaccination and booster programmes will be key in building up Singapore’s resistance to the virus, said Mr Ong.

As restrictions are eased and activities resume, more people will also be infected with COVID-19 and then recover from it, he added.

“And in that process, it adds further immunity to our population. So the resistance against the virus increases progressively, at some point, infection numbers will not go up anymore.

“It plateaus and then it starts to come down. And that is why we say no transmission wave will last forever because it is against nature,” Mr Ong said.

“Then we may relax social restrictions, allow event gatherings in bigger groups, and with it find that cases do not go up very sharply. It may stay at an acceptable level, probably a few hundred a day and maybe mild infections.”

Some people who catch COVID-19 may still fall very sick and succumb to the illness, but this is “no different” from living with influenza today, he said.

“And that is when we can live quite normally with COVID-19.”

 

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Massage the graph abit, everything will be true of what he said
 

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let wait till 2022 see whether they really screw us deep deep..........
 

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Vaccination and booster programmes will be key in building up Singapore’s resistance to the virus, said Mr Ong.

As restrictions are eased and activities resume, more people will also be infected with COVID-19 and then recover from it, he added.

“And in that process, it adds further immunity to our population. So the resistance against the virus increases progressively, at some point, infection numbers will not go up anymore.

“It plateaus and then it starts to come down. And that is why we say no transmission wave will last forever because it is against nature,” Mr Ong said.

“Then we may relax social restrictions, allow event gatherings in bigger groups, and with it find that cases do not go up very sharply. It may stay at an acceptable level, probably a few hundred a day and maybe mild infections.”

Some people who catch COVID-19 may still fall very sick and succumb to the illness, but this is “no different” from living with influenza today, he said.

“And that is when we can live quite normally with COVID-19.”

Dear Minister,

pls tell us why did pap suspend meet the people sessions when you guys keep saying that covid-19 is like the flu.

Thank you
 

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what a load of horsesht

Kenneth mak say covid is not like flu. now this idiot oyk says it is like flu again.

if it's so benign and insignificant, why are the medical infrastructures overloaded? why mps scared to meet the people?
 

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what a load of horsesht

Kenneth mak say covid is not like flu. now this idiot oyk says it is like flu again.

if it's so benign and insignificant, why are the medical infrastructures overloaded? why mps scared to meet the people?

yes. Why scared of MPS. Come out from your hole. Farking OYK.
 

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Vaccination and booster programmes will be key in building up Singapore’s resistance to the virus, said Mr Ong.

As restrictions are eased and activities resume, more people will also be infected with COVID-19 and then recover from it, he added.

“And in that process, it adds further immunity to our population. So the resistance against the virus increases progressively, at some point, infection numbers will not go up anymore.

“It plateaus and then it starts to come down. And that is why we say no transmission wave will last forever because it is against nature,” Mr Ong said.

“Then we may relax social restrictions, allow event gatherings in bigger groups, and with it find that cases do not go up very sharply. It may stay at an acceptable level, probably a few hundred a day and maybe mild infections.”

Some people who catch COVID-19 may still fall very sick and succumb to the illness, but this is “no different” from living with influenza today, he said.

“And that is when we can live quite normally with COVID-19.”


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Yes, all the people that died under dictatorship is also part of natural life cycle. No need to talk about genocide or war crimes.
 
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