Personnel in protective gear usher a group of migrant workers onto a bus to a government quarantine facility after they tested positive for Covid-19 at Westlite Woodlands dormitory in Singapore. Photo: Reuters
Personnel in protective gear usher a group of migrant workers onto a bus to a government quarantine facility after they tested positive for Covid-19 at Westlite Woodlands dormitory in Singapore. Photo: Reuters

Singapore imposes 21-day quarantine on most travellers, closes gyms to manage flare-up in Covid-19 cases

  • The country will also return to social distancing rules of last year, with authorities saying they hope not to institute another ‘circuit breaker’ or partial lockdown
  • Singapore’s moves currently have no bearing on the travel bubble plans with Hong Kong scheduled to start on May 26 but the government will assess if changes are needed

Personnel in protective gear usher a group of migrant workers onto a bus to a government quarantine facility after they tested positive for Covid-19 at Westlite Woodlands dormitory in Singapore. Photo: Reuters
Personnel in protective gear usher a group of migrant workers onto a bus to a government quarantine facility after they tested positive for Covid-19 at Westlite Woodlands dormitory in Singapore. Photo: Reuters
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