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Singapore gearing up to open COVID-safe MICE facilities


Singapore, Apr 29 (EFE/EPA).- Singapore is gearing up to revive the travel and tourism sector hammered by the COVID-19 pandemic. The city state's Changi International Airport has inaugurated "Connect@ Changi," a new facility that allows travelers to fly in for COVID-safe and conatct-free meetings. The facility is designed mainly for travelers whose objective is business tourism. It also has 150 guest rooms and 40 meeting rooms. (Camera: WALLACE WOON). SHOT LIST: CONNECT@ CHANGI BUSINESS CENTER AT CHANGI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN SINGAPORE.

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