Singapore will allow quarantine-free travel for fully-vaccinated people from five more countries, including Indonesia and Saudi Arabia, as the island-city presses on with its plans to reopen its borders and restore its status as a travel hub. 

Innoculated visitors from Indonesia and India will be able to enter Singapore from Nov. 29 and those from Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Qatar from Dec. 6 without having to quarantine, the Ministry of Health said in a statement Monday. 

Singapore plans to start the arrangement with Indonesia with two designated flights between Singapore and Jakarta everyday, Transport Minister S. Iswaran said. There will be two daily flights each to Chennai, New Delhi and Mumbai, he said. 

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