Parents unfazed by rise in Covid-19 cases as schools reopen on Monday

Parents said they expect more cases to emerge, but feel safe with high vaccination numbers. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - Parents of children returning to school on Monday (June 27) after the June holidays are not overly worried about the recent increase in Covid-19 cases.

Several of them told The Straits Times that they expect more cases to emerge in the community, especially as families had travelled abroad during the month-long break.

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