Even before the new omicron variant forced the delay of several vaccinated travel lanes, Singapore’s grand reopening was off to a slow start.

Despite the social media hype and initial rush of bookings, the number of people actually using the city-state’s quarantine-free travel lanes is surprisingly small, according to Bloomberg calculations based on Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore data.

Some 20,510 travelers received approval to enter Singapore since the first travel lanes kicked off in early September through Nov. 26 — just 12.5% of the around 164,500 people theoretically allowed in under the nation’s daily quotas.