‘How long have you waited’… Airline website paralyzed as Singapore border opens

The airline’s website went down as people trying to buy tickets reopened the Singapore border, which had been virtually closed for the past 21 months, the BBC reported on the 13th.

According to the report, Singapore residents will be able to travel freely to all 10 countries from the 19th without quarantine and without a separate test for the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19). From the 15th of next month, Korea will also be included in the free travel list.

“The desire to travel drives us crazy,” said Lo Ka Wei, corporate communications executive. There are no boundaries between leisure and work here.” It’s not just online. Law and many others lined up in front of the city’s airline offices to book tickets, the BBC reported. Some citizens are waiting for South Asian countries such as Malaysia and Indonesia to be included in the free travel list. According to the travel bubble with Korea, eight round trip trips require gene amplification (PCR) tests, which requires a traveler to pay $1,000 (about 880,000 won). (Seoul = News 1)

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