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Travellers with recent travel history to higher risk places will serve 21-day stay-home notice from May 8

SINGAPORE: Travellers with recent travel history to higher risk countries and regions will have to serve a 21-day stay-home notice at dedicated facilities from…

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SINGAPORE: Travellers with recent travel history to higher risk countries and regions will have to serve a 21-day stay-home notice at dedicated facilities from May 8.
Those currently serving their stay-home notice and have yet to complete it before this date will have to serve another seven days at their stay-home notice location.
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Higher risk countries and regions refer to all places except Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Mainland China, New Zealand, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.

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