Itching to travel amid pandemic? Pick a 'safe' destination, take precautions

People in Singapore have more travel options as borders open around the world. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - Those planning to travel soon and want to play it safe should pick a country with high Covid-19 vaccination and booster rates, suggests Associate Professor Lim Poh Lian.

Another "green flag" is if the country still has sensible precautions in place - for example, mask-on rules indoors, added Prof Lim, who heads Tan Tock Seng Hospital's Traveller's Health and Vaccination Clinic.

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