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Singapore took big steps towards restraining travel this April as they’ve opened borders to more travellers and eased both entry and local restrictions. To get more details and route-specific information, visit Covid Entry Check.

What’s New? 

Vaccinated Travel Framework was launched to replace the vaccinated travel lane arrangements, opening its borders to all travellers who have been fully vaccinated.

Singapore – Malaysia land border reopened for vaccinated travellers as of April 1.

Fully vaccinated travellers no longer have to take a pre-departure PCR test

Frequently asked questions

Do I need a test to enter? 

General arrivals will need a negative Covid-19 test to enter, however, this will also depend on your country of origin and vaccination status.

Will I need to quarantine when I arrive? 

General arrivals will need to quarantine upon arrival, however, the duration will depend on your country of origin and vaccination status.

Good to know:

Singapore’s mask mandate

Only required for indoor settings, optional for outdoor settings but encouraged.

Social distancing

There are no more restrictions on social gatherings with a maximum group size of up to 5 persons.

Getting around

All of Singapore’s public transportation systems are operational, please note that masks are still mandatory.

Contact Tracing

All travellers will be required to install and activate TraceTogether app on their devices or obtain a TraceTogether token while in Singapore.

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