Singapore’s health ministry on Tuesday said it will ease border restrictions for those entering from Hong Kong.
Currently, those arriving from Hong Kong are required to observe a 14-day stay-home notice at a dedicated government facility. From April 22, travellers will be allowed to complete a seven-day isolation period at their place of residence.
In-bound Hong Kong travellers will undergo an on-arrival polymerase chain reaction test and another when they complete their stay-home period.
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