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After being trapped on their tiny island for the past 2 years since the Covid-19 pandemic broke out, hoards of Singaporeans are rushing to get passports now that travel restrictions have eased. The country finally removed pre-departure testing requirements for fully vaccinated visitors from all countries last month. Local media reports long queues of people waiting for hours at Singapore’s Immigration & Checkpoints Authority building. The authority claims that over 7,000 people are applying per day for passports now, with the peak at 14,000. One man told Channel News Asia that he had a back ache from standing in line for 3 […]

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In Singapore how long does “fully vaccinated” status last for after the last second vaccination with no subsequent boosters? For the EU it’s 270 days or about 9 months. 

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