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The latest cases that have reported in Singapore were Singaporeans returning from other countries. People from Singapore returning into the country still have to go into a 14-day self-quarantine.
Every traveler arriving in Singapore from Friday, March 27, has to submit a health declaration online before going through immigration, as being told by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) on Wednesday. Via an email, the traveler will be notified with a stay-home requirement.
Upon arrival at the airport, travelers must show this email to immigration officers. Not complying can lead to delays at the airport.
Singapore has also introduced higher fines for anyone violating the self-quarantine. People that break these imposed measures can be fined up to S$10,000, almost 6,900 dollars.
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Last validated on March 26, 2020:25 March: All Singaporeans returning to the country and people with a permanent residency have to submit a health declaration before entering immigration. 21 March: Singapore will forbid all short-term visitors from entering or transiting via the country as from Monday on. The government of the tiny nation took this measure in an attempt to prevent the coronavirus from arriving.
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