Singapore’s ‘living with Covid-19’ plan includes relaxed rules, quarantine-free travel from September


Tighter restrictions for fully-vaccinated residents in Singapore could be eased before August 18, with quarantine-free travel on the cards in the months ahead, finance minister Lawrence Wong said on Monday.

The city-state expects 80 per cent of its 5.7 million population to be fully vaccinated by September, allowing for the possibility that residents who have received two doses of the jab would not need to serve a 14-day hotel quarantine when they return from overseas. And if a review in early…

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