A man walks past partitioned rooms at Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore, which has been repurposed into a community isolation facility for Covid-19 patients. Photo: Reuters A man walks past partitioned rooms at Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore, which has been repurposed into a community isolation facility for Covid-19 patients. Photo: Reuters
A man walks past partitioned rooms at Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore, which has been repurposed into a community isolation facility for Covid-19 patients. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: when will Singapore’s recovery rate of 15 per cent pick up?

  • Singapore has nearly 25,000 infections and only 15 per cent of patients are deemed to have recovered
  • Experts say the city state has strict criteria for defining recovery and they expect this figure to rise as more migrant workers are discharged from medical care facilities

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A man walks past partitioned rooms at Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore, which has been repurposed into a community isolation facility for Covid-19 patients. Photo: Reuters A man walks past partitioned rooms at Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore, which has been repurposed into a community isolation facility for Covid-19 patients. Photo: Reuters
A man walks past partitioned rooms at Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore, which has been repurposed into a community isolation facility for Covid-19 patients. Photo: Reuters
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