Voice of Maharashtra

Singapore to allow quarantine-free travel for UK and other nations

Singapore has announced it is easing coronavirus lockdown restrictions and will allow quarantine-free travel from a number of nations, including the UK.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said it was time to press on with the "strategy of living with Covid-19".
He said so-called vaccinated travel lanes with Germany and Brunei had been successful, and would be extended to nine other countries.
Singapore had very tight restrictions in place to tackle the pandemic.
Covid-19-related deaths are very low, but the lockdown has had an impact on the South Asian island's status as a business and aviation hub.
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Prime Minister Lee told Singaporeans in a televised address that the Delta variant had shown the coronavirus was not going to go away.