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Perhaps contrary to popular belief, COVID-19 did not spare Singapore. Not long after a relatively good start at keeping the disease at bay, the number of cases ballooned across the island nation, in large part due to outbreaks in dormitories for migrant workers. This notwithstanding, Singapore’s case fatality rate and number of deaths per 100,000 population remained by far some of the lowest in the world. This talk will describe Singapore’s public health response, with a focus on its intensive care community’s approach, towards the pandemic.