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What Singapore's coronavirus tactics can and can't teach world

Strict, 'whole society' effort wins praise but appears difficult to replicate

SINGAPORE -- In the global race to stop the new coronavirus outbreak, Singapore has been hailed by the World Health Organization as an exemplar of effective detection and containment.

For other countries, however, the answer to the epidemic may not be as simple as "do as the Singaporeans do."

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