Eighty-five percent of Singaporeans who are eligible for coronavirus vaccines have been fully immunized, and 18 percent have received booster shots.

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However, the Singaporean government announced on Monday that it will no longer cover the medical costs of people who are “unvaccinated by choice,” who account for the majority of the city-remaining state’s new coronavirus cases and covid-19 hospitalizations. Singapore will no longer cover the medical costs of Covid-19 patients who…

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US Army is developing its own “Alexa”

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