Singapore treads cautiously in lifting restrictions on June 2

Singapore is moving cautiously in lifting a partial lockdown imposed about two months ago to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, allowing only some business sectors to reopen in the first phase of easing.As the daily number of new community infections in Singapore has “declined significantly” and the outbreak in migrant worker dormitories has stabilized recently, the government has “decided to exit the Circuit Breaker when it ends on 1 June” but only through a gradual approach stretching over three phases, the Health Ministry said Tuesday in a statement.Singapore had imposed a partial lo…

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