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Singapore Pledges $2.7 Billion More, Virus Measures Extended

  • More workplaces to be closed to bring down cases ‘decisively’
  • Testing to be scaled up substantially to detect new cases
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Singapore will extend its partial lockdown for a further four weeks until June 1 to “decisively” bring down coronavirus cases within the community, and will provide an additional S$3.8 billion ($2.7 billion) to support businesses that are reeling from the fallout.