Doctors in S'pore seeing more flu cases as Covid-19 restrictions ease

People waiting outside a clinic in Sembawang in March. PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO
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SINGAPORE - The number of influenza cases in Singapore has risen in recent weeks, following the relaxation of rules aimed at containing the spread of Covid-19.

Dr Edwin Chng, medical director at Parkway Shenton, which has 30 general practitioner clinics, said the group has seen the number of flu cases increase by about 25 per cent over the past month.

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