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Singapore not tightening measures due to high vaccination rates, to shift reporting focus in daily reports

Lim Hui Jie
Lim Hui Jie9/3/2021 7:41 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Singapore not tightening measures due to high vaccination rates, to shift reporting focus in daily reports
Singapore will have no change to its Covid-19 measures, and will shift its reporting focus as it learns to live with Covid-19
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Despite the rise in Covid-19 cases, Singapore sees no need to tighten its Covid-19 safe management measures as vaccination rates among the population are high.

Singapore reported 216 local infections and three imported on Sep 3. This figure includes 109 unlinked cases.

Singapore Director for Medical Services Kenneth Mak, at a press conference of the country’s Multi-Ministerial Task Force (MTF), said that the rise of infections in the community will “naturally raise concerns among members of the public who are concerned that the Covid-19 situation may be deteriorating.”

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