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Singapore PM says COVID-19 ‘new regular’ could take up to 6 months

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SINGAPORE, Oct 9 (Reuters) – Singapore may have as a lot as six months to get to a “new normal” when it comes to easing restrictions and other people resuming their earlier routines within the COVID-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong mentioned on Saturday.

“It will take us at least three months, and perhaps as long as six months, to get there,” Lee mentioned in an handle to the island nation.

The Southeast Asia city-state with a inhabitants of 5.45 million has been reporting greater than 3,000 day by day COVID-19 infections over the previous few days, although virtually all of them are asymptomatic or delicate. More than 80% of the inhabitants is totally vaccinated.

Reporting by Aradhana Aravindan and Anshuman Daga in Singapore; Editing by William Mallard

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