malaymail.com 05 May, 2021 01:45 am

Covid-19: Travellers from higher-risk countries to serve 21-day stay-home notice at dedicated facilities in Singapore

Covid-19: Travellers from higher-risk countries to serve 21-day stay-home notice at dedicated facilities in Singapore
SINGAPORE, May 5 — All new travellers arriving from higher-risk countries and regions must serve a 21-day stay-home notice — up from 14 days — at a dedicated facility from 11.59pm on Friday (May 7), the Ministry of Health (MOH) said. It said yesterday  that with the global situation...

SINGAPORE, May 5 — All new travellers arriving from higher-risk countries and regions must serve a 21-day stay-home notice — up from 14 days — at a dedicated facility from 11.Travellers who are now serving their 14-day stay-home notice and will not complete their stay by 11.These travellers will undergo Covid-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests on arrival, on Day 14 of their stay-home notice and just before the end of their stay.59pm on May 7, travellers who have stayed in Fiji and Vietnam for the past consecutive 21 days before arrival in Singapore will be subjected to 21-day stay-home notice at dedicated facilities, with the option to serve the last seven days at their place of residence.

Right now, travellers who had been in these two countries in the last 14 days are allowed to serve their 14-day stay-home notice in their place of residence.59pm on May 7, they will be allowed to complete the remainder of the 14 days at their current location and their extra seven days at their place of residence, instead of at dedicated stay-home notice facilities.

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