askST: What if I test positive for Covid-19 upon arrival in Singapore? Do I have to pay my medical bills?

Some have raised questions about pre-departure tests and medical bills if they test positive upon arriving here. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE - All fully vaccinated travellers and children aged 12 and below will now be able to enter Singapore from more countries with just a pre-departure Covid-19 test. Those arriving from Malaysia via the land borders do not have to take any tests.

As Singapore opens its borders, some travellers have raised questions about pre-departure tests and medical bills if they test positive upon arriving here.

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