Singapore steps up health measures as HK travel-bubble deal closing

Local | 29 Oct 2020 6:33 pm

Check-in systems have been set up in different tourist attractions in Singapore, where visitors could log entry and exit of themselves to different places, like museums and malls simply by scanning a QR code, to facilitate authorities’ tracking when necessary.

According to the Singapore government's website, the app SafeEntry will be needed to enter places like hotels, supermarkets, restaurants and entertainment venues.

The Singapore Tourism Board said 42 tourists spots along with over 200 hotels have gradually reopened, as the travel-bubble deal between Hong Kong and Singapore are at the closing stage.

An official certification system has also been rolled out to make sure the health standards of the facilities at different tourist spots are up to par.

“Over 25,000 establishments have been approved after the introduction of the new certification system,” the board added.

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