Singapore announced on Sunday that it will close its borders to short-term visitors and travelers transiting though the the major aviation hub starting Monday.
“There has been a further sharp increase in cases globally and widening spread,” the Ministry of Health announced in a statement, adding that the majority of the new cases were “imported cases.”
Singapore residents and work-permit holders have to self-isolate for 14 days after entering the city state.
Singapore has 432 confirmed cases of the virus, and recorded 2 deaths.
Source: CNN News