Coronavirus: Singapore eases travel restrictions despite expecting ‘significant wave’ of Omicron cases, predicting up to 15,000 a day – Asia – South China Morning Post

Coronavirus: Singapore eases travel restrictions despite expecting ‘significant wave’ of Omicron cases, predicting up to 15,000 a day – Asia – South China Morning Post

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Singapore is to begin easing some Omicron-related travel and health-care rules despite projections by its virus task force that the city state is facing a “significant wave” that could bring up to 15,000 cases a day.Under the relaxed measures announced on Friday, those infected who showed symptoms but were fully vaccinated would only have to isolate themselves for seven days instead of 10, while children could recover at home.Meanwhile, incoming travellers using vaccinated travel lanes no…Read More

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