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Singapore trades Covid-Zero for ‘Covid Resilience’. How will it work?

Singapore will from September remove quarantine requirements for vaccinated travellers from Germany and Brunei, in a signal to the world it is cautiously reopening while managing the Covid-19 threat.It has also unilaterally scrapped quarantine requirements for travellers from Hong Kong and Macau, although the quarantine-free Singapore-Hong Kong travel bubble is now dead in the water, due to the cities’ different approaches to combating the pandemic.By trading its previous Covid-Zero approach…

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