Singapore to bar short-term visitors with travel history to China's Guangdong province as Covid-19 cases surge

Guangzhou has been grappling with a growing number of Covid-19 cases since last month.- Reuters

SINGAPORE, June 4 (The Straits Times/ANN): All short-term travellers with an air travel pass who have travelled to Guangdong province in China within the last 21 days will be barred from entering Singapore from Sunday (June 6).

The Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Friday (june 4) that the tightened border measures come amid a spike in Covid-19 cases in Guangzhou.

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