In Singapore, where 84% of the population has been vaccinated against the new coronavirus, the government will not allow unvaccinated people to go to work in principle from January next year, effectively at work. We have shown a policy to require vaccination.

In Singapore, 84% of the population has been vaccinated against the new coronavirus, but since the government eased restrictions in August, the infection has spread again and this month. Since then, the number of newly infected people per day has continued to exceed 3,000.



Under these circumstances, the government announced on the 23rd that "to protect the safety of workers", in principle, people who have not been vaccinated from January 1st next year will not be allowed to go to work.



Non-vaccinated people are only allowed to come to work if they have undergone a pre-examination or have recovered from a new corona infection within the last 270 days. It requires inoculation.



The Singaporean government still does not allow people to enter shopping malls or eat in restaurants if they have not been vaccinated, and has tightened behavioral restrictions such as requiring companies to work from home. In addition, we are poised to curb the spread of infection by increasing the vaccination rate.

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