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Why is S’pore still allowing workers from high-risk countries when other countries do not? – The Online Citizen Asia

by Jimmy Ng (A concerned pioneer citizen)

I wonder if anyone in the civil service has analysed the imported COVID cases by patient’s country of origin.

The top countries where these imported cases started there journey would be obvious.

On Tuesday (20 April), it was reported that a flight from India to Hong Kong had carried 49 COVID-19 infected passengers.

The question is why Singapore is still allowing workers from theses countries to arrive when other countries do not?

What’s especially worrying is that certain countries are rife with fake degrees, pilot licences, and perhaps vaccination certificates too.

It is high time the relevant authorities take positive action and not unnecessarily expose more Singapore citizens to COVID-19.

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