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Singapore’s coronavirus cases could reach 10,000 a day in next two weeks

A leading Singapore-based infectious diseases modelling expert has suggested the country’s Covid-19 cases could reach 10,000 a day in two weeks if the current pace of infections continues, while questions mount over whether mass testing of asymptomatic patients is doing more harm than good.The high daily caseload is not in itself a cause for alarm, given the nation’s high vaccination rate. Official data showed that of about 28,000 people infected over the last 28 days, about 98 per cent had no,…

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