Singapore travel advisory: New travel advisory issued by Singapore, people of India can travel from October 26

Singapur travel advisory: The Government of Singapore has issued a travel advisory amid the COVID pandemic.  Big relief has been given to Indians to travel to Singapore. Singapore has lifted the ban imposed on many other countries including India. Travel restrictions were imposed on many countries due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. People from India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka will now be able to travel to Singapore with certain conditions.

Exemption to many other countries along with India

As per the guidelines of the Singapore Health Ministry, all passengers with a travel history of 14 days to Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka before departure for Singapore will be allowed to enter Singapore from 11.59 pm on 26 October. . However, the ministry also said that the passengers will have to follow several strict rules. The ministry said in a release that it has reviewed the Kovid-19 situation in those six South Asian countries and after that this decision has been taken. Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said that the situation in these countries has stabilized for some time. Let us tell you that during the Corona epidemic, the condition of many countries was worrisome and a large number of people were victims of this disease and for this reason a ban was imposed by the government for visiting Singapore. 

Earlier, Singapore allowed fully vaccinated travelers from 15 more countries to enter. These include Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam and the United Arab Emirates. Singapore allowed more domestic workers to enter on the condition that they be fully vaccinated before arriving to meet the immediate needs of local families. Let us tell you that till Friday, a total of 1,65,663 cases of infection with corona virus have been reported in Singapore and 294 people have died due to this disease in the country.

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