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Phase two of Singapore's re-opening to be decided in mid-June: Minister Wong

Amala Balakrishner
Amala Balakrishner5/28/2020 09:12 PM GMT+08  • 4 min read
Phase two of Singapore's re-opening to be decided in mid-June:  Minister Wong
“If the community transmission – if infection rates over these two weeks remain low and stable – then we will decide by the middle of June on whether we want to take the next step to move to Phase 2,” said National Development Minister Lawrence Wong.
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SINGAPORE (May 28): 'Phase two' of Singapore’s post-circuit breaker reopening, could start before the end of June, National Development Minister Lawrence Wong said on Thursday.

However, this would depend on the number of community transmissions in the first two weeks of June, which also marks ‘phase one’ of reopening.

See also: Singapore prepares for a 'new normal' after Jun 1 with a three phase approach

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