(by Tyler Durdern | Zero Hedge) – Singapore’s government announced Monday that it would no longer cover the healthcare costs of unvaccinated COVID patients. “Currently, unvaccinated persons make up a sizeable majority of those who require intensive inpatient care, and disproportionately contribute to the strainon our healthcare resources,” the country’s health ministry said in a statement. “We will begin charging Covid-19 patients who are unvaccinated by choice” on Dec. 8,” the statement continued. The government has covered medical bills for all Singaporeans, but that stance appears to be changing.  “This was to avoid financial considerations adding to public uncertainty and concern when COVID-19 […]

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