Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements have been stepped up for all Changi Airport workers in passenger-facing and janitorial duties as China resumes international travel.
Transport minister S Iswaran said in Parliament today that “protecting the health of our aviation workers, travellers and the broader community” remains “top priority”.
According to local news reports, the minister said that Changi Airport stakeholders are also encouraging employees to stay up to date on their vaccination. Staff can obtain their booster shots at the Raffles Medical clinic at Terminal 3.
“As of now, almost 100 per cent of the workers have attained minimum protection as defined by the Ministry of Health, and about half have up-to-date protection,” he said.