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Singapore expects to reduce Covid-19 measures as country approaches 50% full vaccination: MTF

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The Editor6/24/2021 5:51 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Singapore expects to reduce Covid-19 measures as country approaches 50% full vaccination: MTF
Singapore is 'on track' to increase group sizes for higher risk activities by mid July, including dining in.
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As Singapore approaches fully vaccinating 50% of its population, it may begin to reduce some safe management measures, which includes allowing bigger dining groups.

At a press conference on June 24, Multi-Ministry Task Force (MTF) co-chair Gan Kim Yong said the country will reach this level “very soon”, and has a goal to have two-thirds of the population fully vaccinated by “around National Day”.

This is with the accelerated vaccine schedule that was also announced, with Singapore being able to administer 80,000 doses of the vaccine per day from June 26.

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