India has removed Singapore from the list of Omicron risk countries
The removal of Singapore from at-risk countries has become a big relief to the Indian diaspora due to pent up travel demand between Singapore and India.
Singapore no longer in ‘at-risk’ list amid Omicron scare
The central government has removed Singapore from the list of ‘at-risk’ countries which allows international travellers to transfer through Singapore and will not need to undergo further Covid-19 tests or quarantine.
The current list of ‘at-risk’ nations removes Singapore, by classifying it as one of the countries which can move through for international travellers.
The Modi Government removes Singapore from ‘At-risk’ list amid Omicron threat
Singapore dropped from India’s ‘at-risk’ nations list
On Thursday the Union Health Ministry has removed Singapore from the list of ‘at-risk’ countries, by allowing travellers from the Southeast Asian nation. Therefore, they will no longer require to go through additional quarantine measures upon arrival in India.
In a statement, Singapore Airlines said that move from at-risk nations means “passengers arriving into India from Singapore will no longer subjected to additional arrival protocols specified for countries categorised as ‘at-risk’ by Indian authorities. These additional protocols include a mandatory on-arrival RT-PCR test and seven days of home quarantine, with a follow-up RT-PCR test on day eight.”
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