The United Kingdom lists Singapore as a low-risk country, and announces an entry-free isolation list
The day before yesterday (July 3), the British Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Commonwealth Affairs announced that Singapore would be a low-risk country for coronary disease.
In addition to Singapore, there are currently More than 70 countries and regions are listed as low-risk areas for coronary disease, including:Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Brunei, Hong Kong and Macau.
According to the development of the epidemic in these areas, the British Ministry of Transport A list of the first countries and regions with 14-day entry-free quarantine was also published. However, Singapore, Malaysia, China, etc. are not on the list, and entry into the UK still requires 14 days of quarantine.