COVID-19: The way ahead

It is a familiar feeling for Singaporeans as the country imposes fresh Coronavirus restrictions amid a fresh wave of community infections. This comes around a year after the Circuit Breaker to curb the spread of the virus at that time.

What lies ahead? Is the country destined to repeat an endless cycle of tightening and loosening its restrictions – or is there light at the end of the tunnel?

Associate Professor Hsu Li Yang, Vice Dean of Global Health at the NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, shared his insights in an interview with MONEY FM 89.3. Speaking with DJs Mr Glenn van Zutphen and Mr Neil Humphreys, Assoc Prof Hsu suggested ways to get the situation under control and avoid future restrictions.



In an earlier commentary for TODAY, Assoc Prof Hsu also shared about the strategies that Singapore can use to eventually exit from the pandemic. 

Read the commentary here