Singapore sees a spike in COVID-19 cases after thinking it was under control | ABC News

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Once hailed for its response to the coronavirus, Singapore is now dealing with a huge jump in cases after an outbreak among foreign workers who live in dormitories. The number of COVID-19 cases has accelerated, and the country is now having its worst week of the pandemic so far. Experts say the surge in cases shows what can happen if authorities become complacent.

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