Singapore is preparing to welcome travelers from nine countries, including Italy, without the obligation of quarantine upon arrival, as long as they are vaccinated against the coronavirus: premier Lee Hsien Loong announced this, underlining that the time to press on the accelerator of the “strategy of coexistence with Covid-19”. The BBC reports.
The premier explained that the so-called travel corridors with Germany and Brunei for vaccinated people introduced last month have worked and therefore will be extended to a first group of eight countries from 13 October and to South Korea from November. In addition to Italy, the first group includes Canada, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Spain, the United States and the United Kingdom. (HANDLE).
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