People dine in groups of two at a mall in Singapore; the restriction is now to stay until November 21. Photo: Reuters
People dine in groups of two at a mall in Singapore; the restriction is now to stay until November 21. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: Singapore extends two-person limit on dining in, social gatherings as hospitals risk ‘being overwhelmed’

  • Two-person limit on groups will stay until November 21, as minister Lawrence Wong warns isolation beds and intensive care units are filling up
  • But city state is pushing on with border reopenings amid other positive signs. While cases show no indications of falling, 99 per cent experience mild symptoms or none at all

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People dine in groups of two at a mall in Singapore; the restriction is now to stay until November 21. Photo: Reuters
People dine in groups of two at a mall in Singapore; the restriction is now to stay until November 21. Photo: Reuters
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