Coronavirus: Singaporeans who are unvaccinated by choice may face high medical bills

Nov 12, 2021 | INVESTING

Singapore’s coronavirus patients who choose not to get vaccinated could face high medical bills. In general, Covid-19 patients who need both treatment in intensive care units and therapeutics in hospitals may have to pay about S$25,000 (US$18,460), according to a median estimate released by the health ministry on Thursday. The government has so far shielded residents and citizens in the city state from such medical costs throughout the pandemic by fully covering them. But officials made the…

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