Coronavirus Singapore: tighter restrictions reimposed after surge in local cases

Singapore on Friday announced further tightening of social distancing measures to combat an increased number of local Covid-19 cases, reimposing bans on dining at restaurants, urging people to work from home and restricting gatherings to two people rather than five.Singapore on Thursday reported 24 new local cases of Covid-19, the highest number since July last year. Singapore now has 12 active clusters and has already recorded 112 domestic infections this month, compared to 55 cases in April…

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