Singapore no longer offers free COVID-19 treatment to unvaccinated people

Singapore announced Monday it ends met cover the medical bills of to be burgers die be infected met COVID-19 if they start “unvaccinated by choice” next month.

The government paid the medical bills of Singaporeans, permanent residents and long-term residents pass holders during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a statement from the ministry of the country of Health.

“This was about avoid financial considerations die to add to public uncertainty and concern when COVID-19 was an emerging and unknown disease,” the statement reads. “For the majority who have been vaccinated, this special approximation for COVID-19 bills continue until the COVID-19 situation is more stable.”

That who are not vaccinated yet against the virus has negatively impacted the country’s efforts to bring the virus under control, the ministry wrote.

“Currently, unvaccinated people make up a significant majority of die who require intensive care and contribute disproportionately to the burden on our health care resources,” the announcement states.

The new policy, die starts on effect December 8, affects voluntarily unvaccinated people who are included in hospitals of treatment centers for COVID-19. People who do not come in comment for vaccination, including children under 12 years old of die with certain medical conditions, their health care bills will still be covered if they are infected with the sickness.

To date 85 percent of the countries population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and 18 percent have been given boosters, the ministry noted.

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