Singapore’s Covid-19 Miscalculation Bites Hard
February belief the virus had been conquered were cruelly wrong
For Singapore, it has been a sad comedown. Officials in the meticulous, technocratic nation-state in early February thought they had beaten the Covid-19 crisis, having responded quicker than any almost country in the world to the pandemic’s crisis, only to have it return to blossom into a new crisis.
“Singapore was almost the first to ban entry of people…