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Singaporeans polled expect current virus curbs to last till end of year

Written on:
January 18, 2022
Milieu Team

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The Omicron variant may have put a pause on Singapore’s recovery, seeing the suspension of Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTLs) and easing of safe distancing measures. We worked with The Straits Times to find out Singaporeans’ perception of how the country is dealing with the current situation and their expectations of when Singapore will recover from this Omicron wave. Read the full features in the following links:

- 3 in 10 Singapores plan to holiday abroad this year
- Singaporeans expect current virus curbs to last till end of year
- Life in Singapore will never return to pre-pandemic normalcy

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