Vaccinated S’pore residents travelling to countries with low Covid-19 cases could be exempt from quarantine upon return: Ong Ye Kung

SINGAPORE – Singapore can consider allowing residents who are vaccinated to travel to countries that have low numbers of Covid-19 cases without having to be quarantined on their return, said Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung.

This is another avenue for travel that the Republic is exploring, he said on Wednesday (April 28), as the country prepares to open up a two-way quarantine-free travel bubble with Hong Kong on May 26.

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