Thailand to allow quarantine-free travel from 46 countries, PM says
BANGKOK — Thailand will let vaccinated visitors from 46 countries forgo Covid-19 quarantine from next month, up from 10 previously announced, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Thursday (Oct 21).
Ratio of youth infected with Covid-19 up in past month; group urged not to ‘take chance’ on vaccination
SINGAPORE — Young people should not assume that they are protected from Covid-19 and thus do not require vaccinations, the Health Ministry’s director of medical services Kenneth Mak said on Saturday (Nov 20).
Singapore welcomes more travellers under quarantine-free programmeSINGAPORE — Singapore welcomed on Wednesday (Oct 20) the first travellers under an expanded quarantine-free programme, marking a big step towards the aviation hub restoring its international links, despite a sharp rise in its Covid-19 cases.
Singapore-Australia travel arrangement could be established 'within the next week', says PM Scott MorrisonSINGAPORE: Australia is in the \u0022final stages\u0022 of talks with Singapore to set up a new travel arrangement between the countries which could be established \u0022within the next week or so\u0022, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday (Oct 22) morning. The talks are focused on allowing vaccinated students and bu Sure or not? 🧐
20 jailed for China quarantine hotel collapse29 people died and 50 were injured when the Xinjia Hotel in Quanzhou city caved in last March. An official probe found three floors had been illegally added to the originally four-storey structure.
Five-country defence pact should stay 'nimble, yet steadfast' to founding principles: PM LeeSINGAPORE: In order for a five-nation defence pact established 50 years ago to remain relevant, it should be \u0022nimble, yet steadfast\u0022 to its founding principles, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. Speaking on Thursday (Oct 21) during a joint call between the defence ministers of the countri
Malaysian trans woman says she is 'safe and free' in AustraliaKUALA LUMPUR: A prominent Malaysian transgender entrepreneur accused of insulting Islam in the Muslim majority country said Wednesday (Oct 20) she was \u0022safe, happy and free\u0022 in Australia. Nur Sajat, a millionaire who runs a cosmetics business, said officials promised to help her settle in the country. Malaysia is no longer safe for her? Her shirt says Babi Is this news
Malaysian trans woman says 'safe and free' in AustraliaKUALA LUMPUR — A prominent Malaysian transgender entrepreneur accused of insulting Islam in the Muslim majority country said Wednesday (Oct 20) she was