The year is about to end and the new year is about to begin. In such a situation, if you are thinking of spending the New Year in another country then just wait. The new variant JN.1 of COVID-19 has again raised concerns around the world. For this reason, the process of thermal scanning, face masks and social distancing has started again at the airport. For this reason, some rules and restrictions have been imposed on travel in many countries. In view of Covid 19, travel related guidelines have also been issued in these countries.
Ban imposed in Singapore and Indonesia
Let us tell you that between 3 to 9 December 2023, more than 5 lakh Covid 19 cases have been seen in Singapore. Last week, 65 new Corona patients were admitted to the hospital. Due to increasing cases of Corona, strict travel related rules have been implemented in Singapore and guidelines have also been issued. Here at the airport it has been made mandatory for everyone to wear a mask. People have been appealed not to go to crowded areas. Also, cases of Covid 19 have started increasing in Indonesia also. In such a situation, the Indonesian government has also issued guidelines related to international travel.
New rules apply in Malaysia and China also
Apart from this, Corona cases are continuously increasing in Malaysia. In such a situation, the government may not have announced a complete lockdown keeping the tourist destination in mind. But strict travel restrictions have been imposed in the country and locals are required to wear masks. Also, an appeal has been made to senior citizens to get a booster dose. Apart from Malaysia, the impact of new variants of coronavirus is also being seen in China. In such a situation, if you are thinking of traveling to China, then definitely read the guidelines issued by the Chinese government. In fact, masks have been made mandatory in public places here.
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