China News Service, January 17th. According to Singapore’s Lianhe Zaobao, starting from 11:59 pm on January 24, all travelers, including Singaporean citizens and permanent residents, must accept the polymerase chain after arriving in Singapore. PCR detection of new coronavirus.
As a precaution, starting from 11:59 pm on January 18th, all Singaporeans and permanent residents returning from the UK and South Africa must self-quarantine at home for seven more days after completing the 14-day home notification at the designated facilities.
The Ministry of Health of Singapore issued a statement on January 16, stating that they must still be tested after completing the home notification and must be tested again after completing the seven-day quarantine.
These additional precautions also apply to travelers currently receiving home notifications.
In addition, from 11:59 pm on January 31st, new short-term visitors who hold an air pass or through a reciprocal green channel must have purchased travel insurance to pay for treatment and hospitalization related to coronary disease.
The minimum insured amount is SGD 30,000.