Singapore reported the first case of the Omi Crohn coronavirus variant that has spread locally.
Cases of the Omi Crown variant from South Africa have surfaced in many countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and India.
Singaporean officials said the country’s first case transferred locally was confirmed by an airport worker.
According to foreign media reports, the authorities warned that more Omi Kroon cases may be discovered in Singapore.
Officials from the Ministry of Health stated that the female worker was diagnosed with a close illness during routine corona tests on front-line workers at the airport, but the female worker had been vaccinated and did not show any symptoms. ۔
The Ministry of Health of Singapore stated that a 24-year-old female airport worker may have encountered passengers from Omi Kron infected countries who spread the virus.
You may remember that three days ago, a man who traveled from Germany to Singapore was diagnosed with Omi Kroon.
The Ministry of Health of Singapore stated that two people infected with Omi Kroon received a booster dose of corona.
It is worth mentioning that 96% of eligible people in Singapore have been vaccinated against the coronavirus and are providing enhanced dose procedures for people in tourist countries.