Medical workers perform a nose swab on a migrant worker at a dormitory in Singapore in May. Photo: Reuters Medical workers perform a nose swab on a migrant worker at a dormitory in Singapore in May. Photo: Reuters
Medical workers perform a nose swab on a migrant worker at a dormitory in Singapore in May. Photo: Reuters

Singapore coronavirus cases to ‘taper down significantly’ as migrant workers’ testing ends

  • The only migrant workers still needing to be tested are the 9,700 or so in quarantine who had been in close contact with other sick workers
  • Infections among the rest of Singapore’s populace have fallen to just a handful – though experts warned residents to keep their guard up

Topic |   Coronavirus Singapore
Medical workers perform a nose swab on a migrant worker at a dormitory in Singapore in May. Photo: Reuters Medical workers perform a nose swab on a migrant worker at a dormitory in Singapore in May. Photo: Reuters
Medical workers perform a nose swab on a migrant worker at a dormitory in Singapore in May. Photo: Reuters
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