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Singapore to allow travellers from China, Australia's Victoria from Nov 6

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All  travellers from China and the state of Victoria in Australia will be able to enter Singapore and not be quarantined from next Friday (Nov 6), if they pass a Covid-19 test on arrival.

Singapore’s move to unilaterally open its borders to these two places means tourists and travellers flying in can go about their business without serving a stay-home notice if their PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test is negative. The same applies to Singapore citizens, permanent residents and long-term pass holders returning from these two areas.   Source: Straits Times

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