Covid-19 'peaked' in China but world must prepare for 'potential pandemic': WHO

Covid-19 'peaked' in China but world must prepare for 'potential pandemic': WHO

25/2/2020 7:45:00 AM

Covid-19 'peaked' in China but world must prepare for 'potential pandemic': WHO

GENEVA — The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday (Feb 24) said the new coronavirus epidemic had

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No train service on parts of North-South, East-West, Circle lines after power fault

There was a partial blackout at Boon Lay station while passengers at Choa Chu Kang station were detrained and walked on the tracks that run above the street.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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