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Global inter-connectivity means Mers will come to Singapore in time: PM Lee

There's no need to panic if systems are prepared to cope with it, he says, after visiting TTSH facilities

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PM Lee at Tan Tock Seng Hospital to see how the hospital has prepared itself for a Mers outbreak. With him are Dr Brenda Ang (in red), a senior consultant in the hospital's Department of Infectious Diseases and nurses Felicia Tang and Sujithra P Nair, garbed to handle patients with Ebola and Mers respectively.

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IT is "a matter of time" before Singapore has its first Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) case, given the country's inter-connectivity and the fact that the virus has already reached neighbours Malaysia and the Philippines.

Making this point during a visit to Tan

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