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Singapore To Require Covid-19 Testing For All Inbound Travelers

News Link: Singapore To Require Covid-19 Testing For All Inbound Travelers – By MK (Editor)

Singapore will require all inbound travelers to take a Covid test upon arrival in the city state from January 25 amid a resurgence of cases globally, the Ministry of Health said in a statement.

Citizens and permanent residents of Singapore who return from either the United Kingdom or South Africa will also be subjected to an additional seven-day self-isolation. The self-isolation at their place of residence following their 14-day stay at a dedicated facility, according to the statement. The UK and South Africa have both reported new strains of the virus that appear to be easier to transmit.

At present, Singapore only requires travelers who are not citizens or permanent residents. And also who have recent travel history to high risk countries or regions to take a PCR test. This should be 72 hours before departure.

From Feb. 1, visitors need to have insurance who applying to enter Singapore under the reciprocal green lane air travel pass arrangements. They must have insurance for virus medical treatment and hospitalization costs with a minimum coverage of S $ 30000 ( $ 22560 )

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News Link: Singapore To Require Covid-19 Testing For All Inbound Travelers – By MK (Editor)

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