Can we live with COVID-19? Singapore tries to blaze a path

In a country with an 82 percent and climbing vaccination rate, and widely hailed for its handling of the COVID-19 outbreak from the earliest stages, Singapore is in a position to demonstrate how the world can transition from pandemic to endemic, and serve as a model for living with the virus. It also shows the path is not straight forward.

Published by Al Jazeera English, Sept. 20, 2021

In June, the government announced it would move towards a “living with COVID-19” strategy, focusing on tracking and treating outbreak clusters with vaccinations and hospital admissions — but without the strict lockdowns, border closures, and work-from-home orders that have been the defining feature of much of the pandemic across the world.

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