Singapore PM to provide update on plans to keep COVID-19 under control
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Sunday he would share plans on Monday on how the authorities are planning to keep COVID-19 under control while opening up the city-state's economy again.
"Tomorrow, I intend to share with you how we plan to keep COVID-19 under control, while progressively opening up again. The solution: testing, contact tracing, and vaccinating, all faster, and more. Also: What will the new normal be like," he said in a Facebook post.
Singapore this month re-imposed some restrictions on social gatherings, the toughest since exiting a lockdown last year, to combat a recent spike in local COVID-19 infections.
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