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Singapore slows pace of reopening as local cases stabilize


A man wearing a protective face mask walks past an indoor waterfall at Jewel Changi Airport in Singapore.

Roslan Rahman | AFP | Getty Images

SINGAPORE — Singapore’s government said Friday it will further ease Covid-related restrictions next week, but at a slower pace than previously announced as local infections have not declined significantly.

The government started relaxing some measures this week, including increasing the limits on social gatherings and event attendees.

It said that starting Monday, “higher-risk activities” such as dining in and indoor mask-off sports and exercises will be allowed to resume in groups of two people — instead of five people as previously announced.



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