YOUTUBER Livestreams 14-day QUARANTINE upon Arrival in Singapore

YOUTUBER Livestreams 14-day QUARANTINE upon Arrival in Singapore

YOUTUBER Livestreams 14-day QUARANTINE upon Arrival in Singapore
Photo: Jason Ng on YouTube

A Singaporean YouTuber recently went viral for his livestreams during his 14-day hotel quarantine upon arrival in Singapore.

According to Mashable, COVID-19 travel restrictions required YouTuber Jason Ng to stay at the Carlton Hotel for his 14-day quarantine.

While in isolation, the 44-year-old decided to make the best of his stay by documenting his experience in a series of 24-hour livestreams.

As of press time, Ng already served half of his quarantine and on November 24th, he recounted his arrival in the country.

YOUTUBER Livestreams 14-day QUARANTINE upon Arrival in Singapore
Photo: Jason Ng on YouTube

He carefully unraveled his insightful experience of dealing with so much paperwork while traveling, which can be discouraging for many.

However, the most humbling thing about his videos is its ultra-casual nature. Many noted they’re already like friends in real life.

In addition, Ng ensures his subscribers daily vlogs spent in quarantine. So you’re living with him at this point, basically.

From his workouts, daily meals three to four times a day, to regular conversations with the hotel staff and the people in his life, Ng shares his travel version of a quarantined life.

You can watch his videos directly from his YouTube channel here.

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