Singapore reports 752 new COVID-19 cases taking tally over 26,000
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FILE PHOTO: A Mobile Swab Station (MSS), which was developed to ensure the quick and safe deployment of swab teams to various locations amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), is sanitised after the completion of swab operations in Singapore May 12, 2020, in this picture obtained from social media. Mandatory credit MINDEF SINGAPORE/via REUTERS
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore’s health ministry reported 752 new coronavirus infections on Thursday, taking city-state’s total to 26,098.
Reporting by John Geddie; Editing by Alex Richardson