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Singapore is seeing a spike in coronavirus cases among its hundreds of thousands of migrant workers. Above, a volunteer from a nonprofit group talks to migrant workers now confined to a factory that was converted to a dormitory as part of the effort to contain the spread of COVID-19. Ore Huiying/Getty Images hide caption

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Singapore Was A Shining Star In COVID-19 Control — Until It Wasn't

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Way of the Samurai Deceptikon
Hunnybee Unknown Mortal Orchestra

After a drawn out fight with her record label, Good To Know is JoJo's first new album since 2016. "I found my power. And that feels so exhilarating and intoxicating," she says. Dennis Leupold/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Good To Know': JoJo On Coming Out Of Hardship With First New Album Since 2016

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Pedialyte Jojo
Days to Come Bonobo & Bajka
Willing Well IV: The Final Cut Coheed and Cambria
Only the Dark Pet Shop Boys
Trunk of My Computer RJD2 & STS

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