A health care worker is vaccinated at Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore on January 19, 2021. Photo: Reuters A health care worker is vaccinated at Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore on January 19, 2021. Photo: Reuters
A health care worker is vaccinated at Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore on January 19, 2021. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: Singapore says it’s given 60,000 vaccine shots, as it tightens social distancing curbs ahead of Lunar New Year

  • While the government will ramp up immunisations, it expects delays to imports of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
  • Meanwhile, shops in Chinatown will be monitored ahead of the Lunar New Year, and a cap on eight daily household visitors will begin on January 26

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A health care worker is vaccinated at Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore on January 19, 2021. Photo: Reuters A health care worker is vaccinated at Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore on January 19, 2021. Photo: Reuters
A health care worker is vaccinated at Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore on January 19, 2021. Photo: Reuters
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