An official uses a thermal scanner to check the temperature of an individual before he can enter a building in Singapore. Photo: AP An official uses a thermal scanner to check the temperature of an individual before he can enter a building in Singapore. Photo: AP
An official uses a thermal scanner to check the temperature of an individual before he can enter a building in Singapore. Photo: AP

Half of Singapore’s coronavirus cases show no symptoms, joint head of task force says

  • ‘Based on our experience, for every symptomatic case you would have at least one asymptomatic case,’ Lawrence Wong said
  • Wong was explaining the city state’s cautious approach to reopening following a two-month lockdown to curb infections

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
An official uses a thermal scanner to check the temperature of an individual before he can enter a building in Singapore. Photo: AP An official uses a thermal scanner to check the temperature of an individual before he can enter a building in Singapore. Photo: AP
An official uses a thermal scanner to check the temperature of an individual before he can enter a building in Singapore. Photo: AP
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