Singapore ends two-month virus lockdown


Lee Hsien Loong

Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong

Singapore on Tuesday began allowing activities that “do not pose a high risk of transmission” to resume after two months of lockdown.

Despite reporting the second-highest number of coronavirus cases in East Asia, the government chose to stick to its plans of easing restrictions from June.


Asides China, Singapore has recorded more coronavirus cases than any country in East or South-East Asia. Yet, offices, factories, schools and worship centres are now opened.

Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong, had said on Monday that the relaxation will likely prove “a big relief to all’’ but one that is “certainly not without its risks’’.

Some restrictions will, however, remain for several more weeks.

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