A woman wearing a protective face mask sits in an empty Singapore coffee shop where tables have been packed up to prevent people sitting down during the 'circuit breaker' partial lockdown. Photo: EPA A woman wearing a protective face mask sits in an empty Singapore coffee shop where tables have been packed up to prevent people sitting down during the 'circuit breaker' partial lockdown. Photo: EPA
A woman wearing a protective face mask sits in an empty Singapore coffee shop where tables have been packed up to prevent people sitting down during the 'circuit breaker' partial lockdown. Photo: EPA

Coronavirus: Singapore economy could reopen quicker than planned if infections remain ‘low and stable’, minister says

  • The phased reopening of the economy, set to begin on June 2, could be expedited if it appears the city state has the virus under control
  • Also on Thursday, Singapore announced it was relaxing its criteria for discharging Covid-19 patients based on new scientific evidence

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A woman wearing a protective face mask sits in an empty Singapore coffee shop where tables have been packed up to prevent people sitting down during the 'circuit breaker' partial lockdown. Photo: EPA A woman wearing a protective face mask sits in an empty Singapore coffee shop where tables have been packed up to prevent people sitting down during the 'circuit breaker' partial lockdown. Photo: EPA
A woman wearing a protective face mask sits in an empty Singapore coffee shop where tables have been packed up to prevent people sitting down during the 'circuit breaker' partial lockdown. Photo: EPA
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