To the casual observer, life in Singapore seems to have regained some semblance of normalcy since the harrowing two months of circuit breaker measures. Once empty streets are once more bustling with cars while shops and restaurants have reopened for business once again. The spectre of Covid-19, which continues to ravage the global economy, appears to be nothing more than a distant nightmare. 

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