Partitioned rooms at Changi Exhibition Centre, which has been repurposed into a community isolation facility for mild Covid-19 cases. Photo: Reuters Partitioned rooms at Changi Exhibition Centre, which has been repurposed into a community isolation facility for mild Covid-19 cases. Photo: Reuters
Partitioned rooms at Changi Exhibition Centre, which has been repurposed into a community isolation facility for mild Covid-19 cases. Photo: Reuters

‘Critical period’, but Singapore ‘not reversing course’ on treating Covid-19 as endemic as cases soar

  • Officials are monitoring whether a rising number of infections will lead to a corresponding increase in demand for ICU treatment
  • Minister says no need for lockdown ‘at this juncture’, but tightening of measures can’t be ruled out entirely

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Partitioned rooms at Changi Exhibition Centre, which has been repurposed into a community isolation facility for mild Covid-19 cases. Photo: Reuters Partitioned rooms at Changi Exhibition Centre, which has been repurposed into a community isolation facility for mild Covid-19 cases. Photo: Reuters
Partitioned rooms at Changi Exhibition Centre, which has been repurposed into a community isolation facility for mild Covid-19 cases. Photo: Reuters
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