Singapore opens its borders in late 2021 – Singapore will open its borders at the end of 2021. This was corrected by the Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong, during an interview with the BBC, Sunday (14 March 2021).

"Hopefully the borders can be opened later this year or next year, if not sooner," he said as taken

He hopes that many countries will receive the Covid-19 vaccine by the end of 2021 so that they can reopen their borders for people outside Singapore to travel safely.

Currently, Singapore has licensed critical use of the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines. At that time, no similar agreement was given for the Sinovac vaccine.

As of March 8 2021, Singapore has provided more than 611,000 Covid-19 vaccines to a community of 5.7 million people.

Lee plans to vaccinate everyone by the end of the year and continues to convince some of his citizens to get vaccinated because they doubt the results and effects of the vaccine.

Singapore has received and is currently evaluating China's Sinovac Biotech vaccine. If they meet safety standards, they will use it. This applies to vaccines from each country.

Due to this outbreak, Singapore's economy experienced the heaviest crisis in 2020. It was registered that there was a crisis in 2019 due to the trade crisis between the US and China.

Hopefully friends who want to go on vacation to Singapore can be made easier, and don't forget to keep updating the information about when Singapore will open its restrictions. here

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