Singapore will gradually allow travellers to transit through Changi Airport from June 2, as it prepares to ease some COVID-19 restrictions and reopen its borders. "This move is part of a strategy progressively resume air transport to meet the needs of the economy and people of Singapore" said the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS).
Since March 23 all short-term visitors from around the world were disallowed entry or transit through Singapore. At the moment, transit is only allowed to passengers who are on repatriation flights which have been organized by their governments.
To ensure that all the passenger remain in designated facilities in the transit area and do not mix with the other passengers at Changi Airport, "stringent measures" will be put in place, said the CAAS.
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