Travellers are seen through the arrival gates of Singapore’s Changi Airport on Thursday. Photo: EPATravellers are seen through the arrival gates of Singapore’s Changi Airport on Thursday. Photo: EPA
Travellers are seen through the arrival gates of Singapore’s Changi Airport on Thursday. Photo: EPA

Coronavirus: Singapore’s tourist ban aims to curb imported infections, ease health care pressure

  • The move to ban all short-term visitors entering or transiting the city state includes tightened travel restrictions on work pass holders and dependents
  • It comes as Singapore has registered a spike in imported infections and after it reported its first two deaths from the pandemic on Saturday

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Travellers are seen through the arrival gates of Singapore’s Changi Airport on Thursday. Photo: EPATravellers are seen through the arrival gates of Singapore’s Changi Airport on Thursday. Photo: EPA
Travellers are seen through the arrival gates of Singapore’s Changi Airport on Thursday. Photo: EPA
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