India strikes off Singapore from ‘at-risk’ list amid Omicron scare

Indian government has revised its 'at-risk' list of countries as cases of the Omicron variant of coronavirus increase.

India strikes off Singapore from ‘at-risk’ list amid Omicron scare
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The central government withdrew Singapore from the list of 'at-risk' countries, which means international passengers from the country arriving in India will not be subjected to additional COVID-19 testing and quarantine measures.

The countries that are now on the 'at-risk' list of India are European countries, including the UK, South Africa, Brazil, Botswana, Ghana, China, Mauritius, Zimbabwe, New Zealand, Tanzania, Hong Kong, and Israel.