Singapore’s first local Omicron case is an airport employee who may have interacted with passengers from countries affected by the new Covid-19 variant. Photo: AFP
Singapore’s first local Omicron case is an airport employee who may have interacted with passengers from countries affected by the new Covid-19 variant. Photo: AFP

Singapore reports first local Omicron coronavirus case

  • The patient is a 24-year-old airport employee with no recent history of travel, though she may have interacted with travellers from affected countries
  • A second ‘preliminary positive’ came from a permanent resident who arrived from France via Germany

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Singapore’s first local Omicron case is an airport employee who may have interacted with passengers from countries affected by the new Covid-19 variant. Photo: AFP
Singapore’s first local Omicron case is an airport employee who may have interacted with passengers from countries affected by the new Covid-19 variant. Photo: AFP
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