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Singapore locks down for a month as mystery COVID cases rise – Sydney Morning Herald

Changi Airport is now the single biggest cluster of COVID cases, with 46 linked to the aerodrome, raising fears that travellers have spread the pathogen to airport…

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Singapore is returning to lockdown conditions it last imposed a year ago, banning dining-in and limiting gatherings to two people, as a rising number of untraceable infections pressures one of the worlds COVID-containment stories.
For four weeks from May 16 to June 13, gathering sizes as well as household visitors will be cut to a maximum of two people from five people now, working from home will be the default and food places can only do takeaways and deliveries. The government will review the…

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