In response to the spike in new cases in Sydney and the UK, Singapore will tighten measures against travellers from these two locations.

With effect from Dec 23, travellers who had been from New South Wales, the Australian state where Sydney is located, will need to serve a seven-day stay home notice at home as an additional precaution.

Currently, travellers from Australia are to go through a Covid-19 test upon arrival and if the result is negative, they can go about Singapore, and are not required to serve a stay-home notice.

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