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    Singapore simplifies Covid travel protocols

    Singapore is chasing tourists again relaxing some of their covid rules

    Apr 3, 2022 (Upd: Feb 6, 2024)  

    Singapore is chasing tourists again finally relaxing some of their covid protocols to allow citizens and visitors greater freedom. For example, alcohol can now be served until 10.30pm on weekends and families can gather together outside during dinner time.

    Like other SE Asian countries, Singapore will wind back some COVID-19-era travel accessories like mandatory testing and entry applications.

    President Duterte has also stated his aim to open up the Philippines further to travel and is encouraging people to visit. This should come as good news after the country welcomed 100,000 tourists since last month.

    New COVID-19 cases in Singapore have been falling for the last two weeks. It's predicted that daily infections will halve within the next three weeks.

    Later Last Drinks and Return of Live Music

    The city’s food & beverage sector will enjoy a lot of benefits come next week. Among these are the repeal of the 10.30pm last-drinks rule and the return of live music, which should make for a more vibrant scene.

    On April 1, Singapore and Malaysia are reopening the border that has had daily quotas during the pandemic and no testing will be required at either end for vaccinated travellers.

    Singapore is doing away with tests on arrival but for the next few weeks at least, tourists and returning residents will still be required to test pre-departure.

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