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Singapore records zero COVID-19 infections for the first time

Singapore has for the first time since February reported zero new cases of COVID-19 infections from local people.

The news comes a time when the majority of the cases previously were from local workers as the country increased its man force to curb the virus.

Even though no foreign workers or their local counterparts had no virus, four new imported cases were confirmed by the Ministry of health during their Tuesday briefing.

A majority of the labor force in the country has been confirmed redundant following the outbreak forcing the government to rethink of how best to assist its citizens.

Some of the measure imposed include the mandatory wearing of masks and target testing of individuals suspected to have been exposed to the virus.

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