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Daily briefing: SG, Vietnam mull travel in “selected” tourist sites, SG reduces stay-home period for travellers from COVID hotspot

And Singapore is eyeing local and global partners for low-carbon technology.

From CNA

Talks of resuming travel to “selected tourist sites” between the Singapore and Vietnam government are underway, Foreign Affairs Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said.

The discussion also includes resuming business travel between the tow territories “gradually and safely.

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From CNA

The Singapore government will slash the stay-home period for travellers coming from high-risk countries to 14 days from the current 21 days.

The decision, which was based on data gathered in the past month, will take effect on 24 June, the Ministry of Health said.

Read more here.

From CNA

Singapore is looking for partners in developing low-carbon technologies, in its bid to achieve its zero carbon emissions targets.

The announcement was made by the National Climate Change Secretariat, the Economic Development Board, the Energy Market Authority, the Maritime and Port Authority, and the Civil Aviation Authority.

Read more here.

 

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