Singapore authorities confirmed today (April 30) that they had tested positive for COVID-19. Two cases of Omicron subspecies BA.2.12.1 have been reported in the community, all of whom have entered quarantine. after the test result was positive.
In this regard, COVID-19 The omicron subtype BA.2.12.1 is not currently on the World Health Organization (WHO) monitored mutant list nor is it widely known. Although it is a subspecies of BA.2 that has a rapid epidemic rate. And there is no confirmed information that causes serious illness.