21 April, 2020
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Singapore is currently in a "relatively stable" situation as the government has put in place a series of measures and adjusted them as needed. The measures taken by the Singapore government are:
South Korea's model to fight COVID19:
The country's first case was reported on January 20, but the largest outbreak started with a peak of 909 new cases on February 29.
On March 4, South Korean President Moon Jae-in declared "war" on the novel coronavirus, as the number of infections mounted up in the country. Less than a week later, the number of new cases halved.
Some of the measures taken by South Korea to contain corona virus spread are:
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