Commuters wait to leave the Woodlands Causeway across to Singapore from Johor, hours before Malaysia imposes a lockdown on travel. Photo: Reuters Commuters wait to leave the Woodlands Causeway across to Singapore from Johor, hours before Malaysia imposes a lockdown on travel. Photo: Reuters
Commuters wait to leave the Woodlands Causeway across to Singapore from Johor, hours before Malaysia imposes a lockdown on travel. Photo: Reuters

Aggressive tracing, lessons from Sars: how Singapore is flattening the coronavirus curve

  • The city state’s strong ability to trace, detect and isolate patients have helped to put it ahead of other countries in containing the coronavirus
  • While Singapore is not under lockdown, experts say such a move may also help to flatten the curve for other countries, as it did for China’s Wuhan city

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Commuters wait to leave the Woodlands Causeway across to Singapore from Johor, hours before Malaysia imposes a lockdown on travel. Photo: Reuters Commuters wait to leave the Woodlands Causeway across to Singapore from Johor, hours before Malaysia imposes a lockdown on travel. Photo: Reuters
Commuters wait to leave the Woodlands Causeway across to Singapore from Johor, hours before Malaysia imposes a lockdown on travel. Photo: Reuters
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