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S'pore sorry for sending positive coronavirus test results in error

Reuters

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Singapore has apologised to 357 Covid-19 patients who received an erroneous text message saying they had again tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

The tiny Southeast Asian nation has confirmed over 28,000 cases of the disease, one of the highest tallies in Asia, and is under lockdown until June 1. The death toll in Singapore stands at 22.

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