Singapore will extend its circuit breaker measures by 4 weeks to Jun 1, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced in an address to the nation on Tuesday (Apr 21). Mr Lee said that the aim is to bring down the number of COVID-19 cases in the community “decisively”. Read his full speech:

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justin Christ

April 22, 2020

Magic water

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Andy Moh

April 22, 2020

By looking at the statistics of the confirm cases, most people will think Singapore is a big country.

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Annie Chan

April 22, 2020

After these measures my body become like 🐷🐖🐖🐖🐮🐴 obviously

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Janey Choo

April 22, 2020

Unlinked cases might be spread by those with mild or no symptoms. So why not do antibody testing so that we know who has been infected. This will helps with lifting the lockdown

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Syarif Qoffa

April 22, 2020

I love the way he speaks melayu and indonesian words all mixed together. (Not mentioning other 2 languages).. Love you pak, semoga kita di asia tenggara bisa maju dan selamat hingga bebas dari wabah ini.

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Janey Choo

April 22, 2020

The Government should had look into the dorms earlier. In US and according to Dr John Campbell, Uk 2 metres is needed instead of 1 metre. Also look at Taiwan, why their number are so Low. Because they wear masks earlier on. ONE QUESTION: from which COUNTRY are we getting our equipments? NOT FROM CHINA, I HOPE

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pixelfantasizer

April 22, 2020

Sg numbers exploded exponentially because, yes the foreign workers really should have been better taken care of by their companies, but also the gov is aggressively testing people who don't feel ill. Which only a small handful of countries in the world are doing. Most aren't.
We can probably double the numbers we're seeing in the world right now.

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Ismail Salman

April 22, 2020

Sorry to hear the bad news of the virus which affect the foreign workers that stays in a dorms.It's good news that the gov. trying their very best to minimise the spread against public and other S'porean.Sorry to say that before the circuit breaker been implement mostly the foreign workers here had their part-time girl-friends maids etc. and met on weekends during their off days.This must be a big concern if the foreign workers do met their part-time girlfriends maids and been infected,nobody knows nor their employers,when they had been infected the virus will start linking from this person to other publics S'porean.Hope the gov. will take a robust concern onto this matter.I thank the gov. for their strong hope and concern to flight harshly to reduce the pedemic.Stay strong S'porean….💪💪💪👏👏👏👏👏

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Marvin Lim

April 22, 2020

Minister Heng Swee keat never looked happier for the conference to end ahahah so cute

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MASTER X

April 22, 2020

Please shut down BubbleTea cos its not essential and I have noticed many teenagers, students and youngsters are not staying at home because it tempted this kids to go out and crowd the place.. We need these youngsters to stay at home and take care of their elderly and not to be on the street cos some are taking public transport which is reserved for essential workers travelling …. Also ban outdoor exercise including jogging cos its suspicious those untraceable unlink new cases could be its caused cos those joggers travel with speed at various location and breathe in and out rapidly in the open air thats why hard to trace some unlink cases … Better be proactive otherwise will make same mistake again like the dormitory cluster …. Be wise about it ok.

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Shakas Latino

April 22, 2020

Sorry to say migrant worker dorm need to be kept clean and tidy have you ever seen their place to stay pls look up the matter seriously… They are human being we should thanks to them for their hard work in singapore. To the employer pls take your effort to do something about it
Place to stay need to be clean at all times.

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A G

April 22, 2020

People are such creatures of habit and when they are told to do something different or don’t get what they want, they freak out, complain and grouch. One ought to learn to be adaptable and make adjustments when necessary. In every thing there’s always a way out. Look at the big picture and be proactive. Stop the ‘me’ mentality and start thinking more for others. Even after this Covid-19 pandemic is over, we still have to deal with the aftermath. We need to summon all our wits, strength and courage to pick up our lives to achieve normality again. Brace on, lovely
people of Singapore.

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David Watters

April 22, 2020

U.S. Politician Heard Sayng By Mistake Corona Virus Is A Hoax: www.infowars.com/hot-mic-moment-at-coronavirus-task-force-briefing/

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SY Q

April 22, 2020

Thank you for what you have done. Please have an open mind when things do improve, allow us to return to normacy quickly. Appreciate the effort greatly.

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Linda Chen

April 22, 2020

Thank you for having this content available. sending encouragement to Singapore from the USA. 💗💪

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MASTER X

April 22, 2020

It is logical for this lockdown to be extended until June 1st … But please keep us all updated when are we going to bill China for all these damages that have cost over billions of trillions of dollars ?? … US, UK, Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia and many other country is working out the sums of over trillions of dollars in damages for China to pay due to compensation, reparation and possible criminal act against humanity … Read the major headlines almost every country is seeking for humongous damages cost from China for unleashing Wuhan virus to the world and I hope SG will follow suit cos it seems our national reserve is at stake and the world must never let this virus matter scott free otherwise history will repeat again ….. Trust me on that cos a leopard will never change its spots.

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Stephenson Sinru

April 22, 2020

完蛋了这两天连续暴涨。这和每个国家在大爆发的前期一模一样。图表📈如火箭飞上去。而且新加坡人口太密集了,就如一艘船有传染病时全部人都会遭殃。真的需要完完全全关闭一个月啊。这时候在谈 Human rights 就等死了。要把疫情压下来目前唯一一个办法就是完完全全封闭,戴口罩, stay at home . Stay at home.

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reality check

April 22, 2020

Singapore United against the tyrant and his fake democracy PAP party

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BONG CHAN PENG

April 22, 2020

Staying at Home 🏠👩‍💻🏠🏠👍👍👍

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BONG CHAN PENG

April 22, 2020

Mask 😷😷😷👍👍

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BONG CHAN PENG

April 22, 2020

Stay At Home 🏠🏠🏠👍👍👍

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Baygee Bob

April 22, 2020

a wise choice

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Merlin SG

April 22, 2020

Hohoho.. This huge group of migrants who recovered from the virus can donate their blood.. It will help to save those in critical condition

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David Watters

April 22, 2020

Can the coronavirus be spread through farts?
https://nypost.com/2020/04/20/can-the-coronavirus-be-spread-through-farts/

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justinequek

April 22, 2020

thank you cheryl

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Shaneequa! _

April 22, 2020

Mr Lee and his Magic Tea

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whalee kitee

April 22, 2020

he’s wearing a blue shirt

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Nitro

April 22, 2020

Praised by useless WHO and so called experts haha resign pm lee and lower ur wife salary. People are suffering

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Shariff Ansari

April 22, 2020

Why minister not wearing mask? Air droplets still can travel 1m away…

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Sky Lazar

April 22, 2020

The migrants are bringing covid into Singapore. From India.

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heaven7valley

April 22, 2020

Singapore's government is Top Notch, Leading with the Brightest and Sharpest Minds, with Humility, Groundedness and a Heart for All people. Indeed a Role Model Country

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Rocket Rakus

April 22, 2020

https://youtu.be/7eG91sZR4IU
get out Singaporean take fresh air and go wherever you want. spread the virus with love.

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patricia goutama

April 22, 2020

I have never seen you wear glasses.. Stay healthy PM Lee!

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Kwee Lin Wong

April 22, 2020

Similar movement control as in Malaysia. Stay strong Singapore. Malaysia THIRD MCO going to end ON 28 APRIL 2020. I don't think it will open up all the place after that day. I guess Malaysia high possible to release those places who with low cases or no case. But those high case area like Kuala Lumpur and selangor area close to Kuala Lumpur , government will still have MCO order. Hope everyone can overcome the challenge. Stay strong all Malaysian and Singaporean.

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Oz Ong

April 22, 2020

Iam already dying being at home

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Dodadeus

April 22, 2020

Quarantine = Netflix and get fat on snacks.
Majulah Singapura, my stomach also very majulah.

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Md Rajuahmmed

April 22, 2020

I hope you take care of who is special pass holder also😍😍

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Helen Chua

April 22, 2020

Stay safe singapore

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Roland Keith

April 22, 2020

Smart man

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Manpreet Kaur

April 22, 2020

Stay home stay safe!!

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Karen Teo

April 22, 2020

My sister and family can't visit parents for another 4 weeks, very sad indeed!

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Dharma K

April 22, 2020

SGUnited@cannot wear pink shirt n tie for a serious speech like this. Jia u everybody. Hopefully by 1st Jun we can all rush to our fav makan store n shopping n fav SG past time queue here, there n everywhere n no need to stand metres apart. P/s: hope this Circuit Breaker kanna Short Circuit zzzzzzzz……

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Das Swapon

April 22, 2020

Godbless you pm

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Papa Roti

April 22, 2020

Have patience Bros and Sis.

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Hindradjid Harsono

April 22, 2020

Mr PM Lee serve to all ethnicities in singapore 👍👍

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Jack Lee

April 22, 2020

Swift and decisive, leaving no stones unturned, everybody is well taken care of, no discrimination, no chaos, no blame game, no excuses. We are blessed with a strong leadership in Singapore, we will get through this!

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Jing Hao Yong

April 22, 2020

Is there any platform for citizens to raise questions to the announcement made by the government?

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Paul The Merciful

April 22, 2020

How can a second wave be prevented..?

The airport will have to open at some point.
How can air travel arrivals be screened?

Singapore will have a plan ..I just wonder what it is ?

I hope Singapore achieves its goal.

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