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Singapore moves back towards lockdown as Covid-19 cases rise, jeopardizing long-awaited travel bubble with Hong Kong

30 days ago   |   By RT

Singapore's government has announced new curbs on socializing that sees the city-state move back towards lockdown amid rising Covid-19 cases, both traced and untraceable, and the formation of several coronavirus clusters.
Speaking on Friday, Lawrence Wong, the minister for education who also co-chairs Singapore's coronavirus taskforce, described the move as a setback in the fight against the virus.
“A pattern of local unlinked community cases has emerged and is persisting,” the Health Ministry said in a statement on Friday. “We need to act decisively to contain these risks as any one leak...
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