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Singapore will allow general travel to and from New Zealand and Brunei Darussalam, as the city-state eases border control measures to take into account countries where the virus situation is under control.


Travelers from the two nations will undergo a Covid-19 test upon arrival in Singapore instead of a quarantine or stay-home notice. These changes will take effect from Sept. 1. 


Here are further details of the easing of border restrictions:


  1. For other low-risk places, Singapore will shorten the stay-home notice duration from the current 14 days to seven days, and allow travelers to serve this at their place of residence. These places are Australia (excluding Victoria state), China, Vietnam, and Malaysia. The Covid-19 test will continue to be administered before the end of the 7-day notice

  2. All other incoming travelers will continue to serve their 14-day stay-home notice at dedicated facilities, and will be subject to a test before the end of the period

  3. The country will also allow travel for students pursuing their education overseas, and where distance-learning is not offered as an option


Singapores border measures will evolve as the global situation changes, the health ministry said.



Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk



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Singapore to ease restrictions on New Zealand, Brunei travel

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Singapore will allow general travel to and from New Zealand and Brunei Darussalam, as the city-state eases border control measures to take into account countries where the virus situation is under control.


Travelers from the two nations will undergo a Covid-19 test upon arrival in Singapore instead of a quarantine or stay-home notice. These changes will take effect from Sept. 1. 


Here are further details of the easing of border restrictions:


  1. For other low-risk places, Singapore will shorten the stay-home notice duration from the current 14 days to seven days, and allow travelers to serve this at their place of residence. These places are Australia (excluding Victoria state), China, Vietnam, and Malaysia. The Covid-19 test will continue to be administered before the end of the 7-day notice

  2. All other incoming travelers will continue to serve their 14-day stay-home notice at dedicated facilities, and will be subject to a test before the end of the period

  3. The country will also allow travel for students pursuing their education overseas, and where distance-learning is not offered as an option


Singapores border measures will evolve as the global situation changes, the health ministry said.



Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk



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