People visiting critically ill patients at hospitals may stay for more than 20 minutes, must undergo Covid-19 test from June 21

People visiting critically ill patients at hospitals may stay for more than 20 minutes, must undergo Covid-19 test from June 21

20/6/2021 10:18:00 PM

People visiting critically ill patients at hospitals may stay for more than 20 minutes, must undergo Covid-19 test from June 21

SINGAPORE — From Monday (June 21), those visiting critically ill patients at hospitals will be among a select group of people who may be allowed to stay for more than 20 minutes, but they will be required to undergo a Covid-19 antigen rapid test (ART).

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