Commuters at a train station in Singapore. Photo: Reuters Commuters at a train station in Singapore. Photo: Reuters
Commuters at a train station in Singapore. Photo: Reuters

Singapore’s pivot to Covid-19 home recovery baffles some residents as cases surge

  • As part of the city state’s policy of living with the virus, fully vaccinated residents who test positive and are aged 69 or under can now recover at home
  • But the new approach has not been without its hiccups, as cases surge and residents report a lack of communication from the authorities

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Commuters at a train station in Singapore. Photo: Reuters Commuters at a train station in Singapore. Photo: Reuters
Commuters at a train station in Singapore. Photo: Reuters
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