EFEBy Paloma Almoguera Singapore

An exhaustive monitoring of infections, which includes video calls from authorities in case of testing positive, and surveillance of its citizens through mobile applications with "bluetooth" technology, are some of the measures Singapore imposes to live with the coronavirus and abandon its zero-infection policy.

The city-state, which has marked two years of pandemic with one of the lowest Covid-19 mortality rates on the planet – achieved in part thanks to the semi-closure of its borders until a few months ago – has proposed a gradual opening, very much in line with its government style based on controls and penalties.EFE