RESTRICTIONS STILL IN PLACE
On 14 July, the government stepped up security at to address concerns surged over a possible second wave of coronavirus infections.
- With cases of illegal migrants entering into country through land borders, concerns were raised about the containment of COVID-19 and measures to prevent a second wave. The concerns regarding the control for foreigners that arrived by air were also highlighted, after two foreigners were tested positive and had exposure to the public earlier this week. The two foreigners were exempted from the mandatory 14-day state-supervised quarantine, based on the requirements for diplomats and air crewmen.
- To tighten the monitoring, all diplomats and family members are now required to be quarantined under government supervision.