Some expatriates in Hong Kong moving to Singapore as Covid-19 situation in territory worsens

Ms Rebecca Metcalfe, her husband, Nick, and children Marnie (left) and George, will be coming to Singapore likely in June. PHOTO: COURTESY OF MS REBECCA METCALFE
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SINGAPORE - As Hong Kong battles a worsening Covid-19 outbreak and surge in deaths, some expatriates there who plan to leave the city are moving to Singapore.

In the past two months, several immigration service firms based in Singapore and international schools like Dulwich College (Singapore) have seen an uptick in inquiries from expatriates living in Hong Kong wanting to make a transfer.

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