Big relief as circuit breaker ends, but certainly not without risks: S'pore PM


Modified 1 Jun 2020, 5:06 pm

CORONAVIRUS | A big relief to all but certainly not without its risks, said Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, referring to more circuit breaker measures to be lifted starting tomorrow (June 2) that will see the reopening of up to three-quarters of the economy and a third of its workforce returning to work.

“The number of daily cases in the community has come down considerably. More patients have now recovered and have been discharged than those still receiving care. However, Covid-19 is still far from defeated,” Lee said in his latest Facebook update.

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