Singer Fish Leong to hold concerts in US despite partial vaccination, Entertainment News & Top Stories
TAIPEI – Malaysian singer Fish Leong, based in Taiwan, will fly to the United States next month for three concerts, although he has not been fully vaccinated.
Earlier this month, the White House announced that a new air transportation system would go into effect on November 8, allowing entry of fully vaccinated foreign tourists.
In an article published on the China Times website on Tuesday, October 19, his manager explained that they had checked the entry requirements for the United States before accepting the concert offers.
According to the manager, even if the singer had only received one dose of the vaccine, she will be able to enter the country and will not be subject to quarantine. It is not known what vaccine she took or if she will receive a second injection soon.
Leong, 43, who finalized her high-profile divorce from Taiwanese businessman Tony Chao in December 2019, opened up earlier this month (October) about the stress the pandemic had placed on his health mental, especially since all promotional events and concerts were interrupted. .
She and her seven-year-old son Anderson have spent a lot of time together at home over the past two years and her next trip to the United States will be the longest they’ll be apart.
Leong will be away from him for more than 24 days on this concert tour, which includes a show in Las Vegas, as she will have to serve a 14-day quarantine upon her return to Taiwan.