A wet market in Singapore is cordoned off to limit entry and exit points. Photo: Reuters A wet market in Singapore is cordoned off to limit entry and exit points. Photo: Reuters
A wet market in Singapore is cordoned off to limit entry and exit points. Photo: Reuters

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

  • The city state expects 80 per cent of its 5.7 million population to be fully vaccinated by September, paving the way for quarantine-free travel, with some curbs for vaccinated people eased even earlier
  • Signalling that its plan to push ahead with reopening the economy is still on the cards, authorities say they have already revised health and treatment protocols for patients with mild or no symptoms

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A wet market in Singapore is cordoned off to limit entry and exit points. Photo: Reuters A wet market in Singapore is cordoned off to limit entry and exit points. Photo: Reuters
A wet market in Singapore is cordoned off to limit entry and exit points. Photo: Reuters
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