Singapore to ease dine-in, social gathering rules as Covid-19 cases fall

Singapore will from Monday ease strict Covid-19 restrictions that were reimposed in September after its biggest outbreak of the Delta variant, though officials emphasised further reopening would be done in an incremental manner.With over 85 per cent of the country’s 5.45 million people vaccinated – and some 22 per cent having received booster shots – some citizens have taken to social media to express annoyance at the government’s cautious approach to easing the measures.Prime Minister Lee…

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