Top News Singapore aims for quarantine-free travel by September By TTG Asia / Posted on 27 July, 2021 15:03 Singapore is considering to allow quarantine-free travel for those who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 from as early as September, as authorities look to further ease virus restrictions amid the successful national vaccination rollout. The city-state projects that 80 per cent of its population would have been vaccinated by then, putting it in good stead to proceed with its reopening plans, finance minister Lawrence Wong told Parliament on Monday. Singapore looks to further ease Covid curbs, including allowing quarantine-free travel by September Singapore will establish travel corridors with countries or regions that have Covid-19 under control, and vaccinated residents may be exempted from quarantine or allowed to isolate at home, said Wong. With the higher inoculation rate, authorities are also set to review current Covid restrictions in early August, including allowing fully vaccinated people to gather in larger groups and to dine out at restaurants. Currently, under the Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), which kicked in on July 22 and will last until August 18, dining-in at F&B establishments is banned and group sizes for social gatherings are capped at two.