After 2½ years of fighting Covid-19, most NCID staff can finally take a breather

Nurses have been bearing the brunt of the fight and are exhausted, said NCID executive director Leo Yee Sin. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - After 2½ long years of battling Covid-19 on the front lines, staff at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) can finally take a break.

"This year, hopefully, we can allow most people to take a breather," said its executive director Leo Yee Sin.

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