After locking the country down and putting all foreign workers on isolation, Singapore continue to post record high infection. The Lee Hsien Loong dictatorship reported 528 new cases, with a total of 16,169 confirmed cases.
With daily new cases still too high, Singapore remain unsafe for residents and tourists. Despite heavy economic losses and double digit unemployment rate, Singapore has to remain shut and circuit breaker (CB) measures have to wait until the hundreds of daily new cases stabilise at single digits.
While the state media and PAP ministers are fabricating propaganda news about lifting lockdown measures, none of them can provide a schedule. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong extended the opening from May 4th to June 1st. A clearer indication will be the national airline, SIA, extending flight suspensions from end May to end June.
Unlike Singapore, countries are seeing fruits from lockdown measures and they are opening up in stages, with Australia now considering to open flights with New Zealand.