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SINGAPORE: Singapore is considering more vaccinated travel lanes (VTLs) after opening up to the United States and other key trading partners, with Transport Minister S. Iswaran (pic) saying that the city-state is keen to work with regional neighbours including Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
“Certainly, Australia is a very important partner country for us. And there’s a great deal of connectivity between Australia and Singapore, and through Singapore to other parts of the world as well,” Iswaran said in an interview with Bloomberg Television.
“So we are quite keen to work with Australia, with New Zealand, with Japan and many other countries in the region, in terms of how we can move forward in this regard.”
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is pushing on with a strategy of living with Covid-19 without being paralysed by fear, saying in a televised address Saturday that the nation can’t stay “locked down and closed off indefinitely.”
Singapore has added more countries, including the United States, the UK, France and Italy, to its list of places fully-vaccinated people can travel quarantine-free starting as early as Oct 19, after kicking off a similar arrangement with Germany and Brunei last month. It has been gradually reopening its borders after shifting from a Covid-zero strategy that was centred around stamping out infections.
The country, one of Asia’s most-important financial hubs, now aims to treat the disease as endemic, considering 83% of its population is fully inoculated and most people who are getting infected aren’t falling seriously ill. The vast majority have little or no symptoms.
While all nations navigate their own domestic situations, Singapore intends to “maintain the conversation and the discussion, because we are ready, we have a template of sorts in the VTLs we have established and will be prepared to work with our partners, including in Australia, to see how we can implement some of these as part of an initial set of moves,” Iswaran said, referring to so-called vaccinated travel lanes.
As many as 3,000 people are expected to enter Singapore daily under the expanded VTLs and capacity may increase after the government monitors demand and any resulting Covid-19 cases, Iswaran said Saturday in a separate briefing to outline the new channels, which also include Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, Spain and South Korea. — Bloomberg