Singapore closes borders through coronavirus


“The day after Singapore confirms the first two cases of coronavirus deaths, the state is closing its borders for short-term visitors and some foreign workers,” the statement said.

From now on, short-term visitors will no longer be allowed to enter or travel through Singapore, and skilled workers will no longer be allowed to return to the island unless they work in industries that provide the most essential services, such as health and transport, the Ministry of Health said. Singapore.

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As reported, as of the morning of March 22, 307 280 people were infected with the coronavirus. 13 049 people died, 92 376 recovered.

According to the latest data, more than 400 cases of coronavirus have been reported in Singapore.

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