Surbana Jurong transforms Expo business travel hub into Covid-19 care facility

Connect@Changi serves as a commmunity care facility for Covid-19 patients with mild symptoms and low risk factors. PHOTO: SURBANA JURONG
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SINGAPORE - Connect@Changi was designed originally as a pilot facility for international business meetings to continue undisrupted in the early months of the pandemic in 2020.

But since September 2021, the 294,550 sq m space occupying Singapore Expo Halls 7 and 8 in Upper Changi Road has been repurposed as a community care facility (CCF) to house more than 1,200 Covid-19 patients as Singapore gears up for an endemic coronavirus situation.

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