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Coronavirus: Singapore cuts quarantine to two weeks for most travellers; India declares ‘Delta-plus’ variant of concern

Singapore is reducing the quarantine period for most inbound travellers from 21 days to two weeks after it found that new variants of concern did not have a longer incubation period.The health ministry imposed the three-week isolation period for all inbound travellers – except those from Australia, Brunei, mainland China, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Macau – in May as a precaution amid emerging variants of concern.“We have since reviewed the international evidence and local case data,” the…

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