From Singapore to Hong Kong and Australia, Asia’s Covid-19 reopening is as much about politics as it is about science

At the start of last week it seemed as if Singapore could finally see the light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel.While the city state has one of the world’s lowest fatality rates from the coronavirus pandemic, over the past 18 months its 5.7 million people have not been spared the roller-coaster ride of on-again, off-again social gathering restrictions every time an outbreak occurs.In the latest round of tightening, Singapore will from Monday differentiate dining out rules by vaccination…

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