More than 200 vaccinators who will help fight against COVID-19 will be needed in Singapore, says Labor Attache Saul de Vries.

“Salary ranges from 1,800 to 2,500 Singapore dollars or a minimum of PHP63,000,” says Vries.

Unfortunately, Filipinos in the Philippines who wish to apply will have to wait for some time because the Singapore government implemented an entry restriction on foreign workers, most especially those that come from COVID-19 high-risk nations.

The new policy was the result of the re-emergence of a number of COVID-related cases throughout the community.

As of the latest directive from the government, travelers coming from Macau, Hong Kong, Taiwan, New Zealand, Mainland China, Australia, and Brunei are the only ones who will be allowed entry to the island nation.

“Because of the reemergence of community cases, the Singaporean government has restricted the entry of foreign workers from high-risk countries,” says the labor official.

Despite that, Vries is positive that Singapore will soon open its door to the Philippines as long as they seek relief on their active cases.

Source Canadian Inquirer

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