Travelers to Singapore to Be Electronically Tagged for 14 Days

By Kyodo News 4 August 2020

SINGAPORE—Travelers arriving in Singapore will be electronically tagged to ensure they do not leave their accommodation for 14 days so as to curb the spread of the coronavirus, the government said Monday.

The new measure, which takes effect at midnight next Monday, will apply to both foreigners and locals who are allowed to serve their 14-day isolation or “stay-home-notice” after arriving from overseas in their chosen accommodation instead of dedicated facilities.

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