November 27 According to a report by Singapore Lianhe Zaobao, the Ministry of Health of Singapore issued an article on the 26th that due to the recent deterioration of the epidemic in Finland and Turkey, border control over the two countries has been tightened.
From November 29, anyone who has visited the two countries within 14 days before entering Singapore must complete the 14-day “stay-at-home notice” quarantine at designated facilities upon arrival in Singapore.
According to reports, the Ministry of Health of Singapore said that border controls on Finland and Turkey will be tightened from 11:59 p.m. local time on November 28. Previously, passengers entering from the two countries could complete the “home notice” isolation at their residences.
On the other hand, passengers entering Singapore from Fiji, South Korea, Sri Lanka and Thailand can choose to complete the “stay-at-home notice” quarantine at their residence, but they must meet the following two conditions.
If you have not visited another country or region 14 days before entry, you must live alone in your own residence or only live with family members who also need to complete the “home notice” or have the same travel history.
Singapore’s Ministry of Health stressed that immigrants will be tested for COVID-19 before the quarantine of the “stay-at-home notice” is over.
On November 27, the Ministry of Health of Singapore said that there were four new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the region, with a total of 58,199 confirmed cases.