Of the new cases, 1,046 are aged between 12 and 39.
A total of 3,577 COVID-19 cases were reported on Wednesday (Oct 6) in Singapore by the Ministry of Health (MOH).
This is the second day in a row that cases have been over 3,000.
Of the new COVID-19 cases, 1046 were aged between 12 and 39. There were also 2,932 new community cases recorded.
In the past 28 days, a total of 43,610 cases have been identified. Of these, 98.3 per cent had either no or mild symptoms.
As of Oct 6, 85 per cent of the Singapore population have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
No new clusters were identified on Wednesday. MOH is closely monitoring eight active clusters, including MWS Christalite Methodist Home and ASPRI-Westlite Papan Dormitory.
There were three COVID-19 related deaths reported, bringing the national death toll to 133. They were aged between 68 to 102.
The three fatalities were female. All were unvaccinated, and had underlying medical conditions.
There were also fifteen imported cases who were either placed on Stay-Home Notice or in isolation upon arrival in Singapore.
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