S’pore should be able to ease Covid-19 rules after June 13 if community cases fall further: PM Lee

SINGAPORE – Singapore should be able to relax restrictions on social gatherings after June 13, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Monday (May 31).

This is provided the Covid-19 situation continues to improve and the number of community cases falls further, he added.

In a speech broadcast live to the nation, the Prime Minister noted that the number of new cases reported daily has fallen since Singapore went on heightened alert with stricter measures to combat the spread of the virus.

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