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Last updated on 4th Feb 2021.

As the travel restrictions between Singapore and other countries changes from time to time, Covid Entry Check would like to introduce our travel news bulletin that will help you obtain the key updates every couple of weeks. For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at hello@covidentrycheck.com

Entry / Exit Restrictions Key Updates

  • Singapore remains largely closed to non-citizens or residents. The current greenlane arrangements are conditioned towards business travel however with exhaustive terms and conditions to ensure safety. The Air Travel Pass currently covers Taiwan, Australia, Brunei, China, Vietnam and New Zealand. The Reciprocal Green Lanes covers Japan only at this point
  • New / Changed general restrictions – From Feb 1, travellers applying to enter Singapore under the Air Travel Pass (ATP) and the Reciprocal Green Lanes (RGL) will require mandatory travel insurance. Also, Singapore has suspended the Reciprocal Green Lanes (RGL) agreements for Malaysia, South Korea, Germany and Indonesia
  • Travel restrictions are likely to still be in place until the country has a healthy rate of vaccinations. In the meantime, we expect more Air Travel Pass or Reciprocal Green Lanes to be negotiated in the near future.

Key Travel Route Updates, travelling to:

  • Malaysia: This route is generally closed with the recent suspension of the Reciprocal Green Lanes (RGL) agreements
  • Indonesia: This route is generally closed with the recent suspension of the Reciprocal Green Lanes (RGL) agreements
  • Vietnam: This route is subject to the Air Travel Pass (ATP) terms
  • China: This route is subject to the Air Travel Pass (ATP) terms

Global Major Green Lane Updates

  • The United States has restricted travel from South Africa in lieu of the mutated strain and has introduced stricter entry rules such as mandatory tests and quarantine for all arrivals
  • Major European Union countries are increasing restrictions due to the mutated strain of Covid-19 with the travellers from UK being either on most red lists or require mandatory testing before entry
  • The UK has introduced more stringent rules by imposing fines on travellers that do not comply with the coronavirus lockdown valid travel exceptions. A compulsory 10 days quarantine requirements for all inbound travellers is expected to be confirmed in the coming days. Officials have announced the suspension of travel from the United Arab Emirates 
  • Israel has closed their borders for all inbound and outbound travel for 2 weeks in order to reduce the number of daily cases however lead the world in the number of vaccination doses being administered
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