Singapore Free of Quarantine, Diabetes Mellitus Becomes the Most Comorbid Covid-19

Suara.com – A number of countries continue to relax restrictions to prevent the spread of Covid-19. One of them is Singapore which will lift quarantine obligations for all travelers who have been vaccinated starting April. In addition, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said his government would also remove the obligation to wear masks in the open and allow more people to gather. Bye Covid-19!

COVID-19 infection can be deadly when the patient has a congenital disease or what is known as a comorbid. Government Spokesperson for Handling COVID-19 Prof. Wiku Adisasmito said diabetes mellitus was the most common comorbid in COVID-19 patients. Careful!

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