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HONG KONG: Some of the world’s longest and toughest Covid-induced border curbs are finally being eased, with Asia-Pacific countries taking their firmest steps yet toward reopening to international travel in recent days.
From Singapore to Sydney, Bali to Bangkok, authorities have announced a flurry of plans to welcome vaccinated travellers by drastically reducing or completely removing quarantine requirements in place for most of the pandemic.
For these places, the easing is a significant shift toward opening up just as the traditional year-end holiday season approaches.
“For double-vaccinated people around the world, Sydney, New South Wales is open for business,” state premier Dominic Perrottet said Friday, as Australia’s most populous state announced it will waive the 14-day quarantine for travellers from November – though the federal government later clarified it would be limited to residents. “We want people back.”
Lengthy quarantine for travellers was a signature of much of the Asia-Pacific region’s containment playbook, with quarantines of as long as 21 days in some places catching most infections at the border.
Until the Delta variant came along, the strategy helped places like China, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore all but eliminate the virus at one point.
For nations like Thailand and Malaysia, such quarantines helped keep cases from overwhelming the population for a time. But those strict rules left the region falling behind as the rest of the world started reopening months ago.
The New South Wales move followed announcements by Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore earlier in the month to either do away with restrictions on who can enter or ease rules on entry.
Singapore in the past week announced quarantine-free travel for vaccinated travellers from countries in Europe, Asia and the United States, and has signalled more places will be added. Travel, transport and trade are critical for the city, a global financial hub and a gateway to the rest of Asia.
Earlier this week Thailand said from November it will scrap quarantine for vaccinated travellers from five low-risk countries including the US, China and the United Kingdom.
More nations will be added gradually as the nation seeks to revive its tourism-reliant economy after an earlier experiment involving Phuket was seen as successful.
Indonesia is also reopening, allowing inoculated visitors from more countries to enter and imposing a shorter quarantine period. The country reopened tourist spot Bali, as well as Batam and Bintan islands, to foreign visitors this week.
The Philippines has exempted fully vaccinated visitors from low-risk places from quarantines at designated facilities.
Malaysia is considering reopening its borders to fully vaccinated travellers from certain countries without the need to undergo mandatory quarantine, National Recovery Council chairman Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said on Friday.