Covid-19 pandemic dampens hopes of single women in S'pore seeking fertility treatments overseas

Some women feel helpless about not being able to travel, while others have accepted it and are leaving things to fate. PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO
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SINGAPORE - Like many Singaporeans waiting for borders to reopen, Amy hopes to visit Malaysia soon.

But the widespread, Covid-19 pandemic-induced thirst for travel is not what drives her. Instead, she wants to do her third cycle of in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) at a fertility clinic in Johor Baru.

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