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Testing for COVID-19 infection will be ramped up for Singapore’s migrant worker population living in dormitories, announced Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong at a Multi-Ministry Taskforce press conference on 12 May 2020. Test methods will comprise PCR and serology testing to detect both currently infected workers, as well as those who have recovered from COVID-19. This help to clear affected dorms thoroughly of the infection. At the same time, he noted that many currently infected workers are recovering well, with an estimated 20,000 workers set to be discharged by the end of May. This will put Singapore in a favourable position to begin taking steps to reopen the economy in a cautious and calibrated manner.
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