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Singapore's air, water quality not affected by Pasir Gudang spill

Singapore authorities monitoring chemical spill in Johor say no anomalies detected; more than 2,000 people taken ill, schools and kindergartens in affected area closed

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Emergency personnel in protective suits prepare for the clean-up of Sungai Kim Kim river in Pasir Gudang, Johor.

Singapore

SINGAPORE authorities on Thursday said they have been closely monitoring the chemical spill incident in Pasir Gudang, and said in a statement that they have not detected any anomalies in the Republic's air and water quality.

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