Public satisfaction with the government’s handling of the Covid-19 situation in Singapore turned negative in the past months, according to a studt by the Institute of Policy Studies.
Between late October and early November, satisfaction level dropped steeply to 44 percent.
This came as deaths and Covid-19 cases surged to peak daily numbers.
In October, Singapore registered its highest number of daily Covid-19 infections, at over 4000 new cases.
Satisfaction levels, according to the IPS, have since registered 64 percent between 19 Nov to 23 Nov.
The study also showed that 80 percent of people in Singapore preferred a slower opening of the borders to reduce the number of Covid-19 deaths.