SINGAPORE (Apr 24): It has been over two weeks since Singapore’s “circuit breaker” measures restricting operations of non-essential services kicked in. And while it has reduced the transmission of Covid-19 in the community from a daily average of 39 cases to 29, experts say there is still room for improvement. “We have certainly seen a drop in numbers, but I must say I am disappointed,” says Dr Leong Hoe Nam, an infectious disease specialist at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital.

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