Tests are no longer needed: the Singapore authorities got rid of them all vaccinated tourists

Tests are no longer needed: Singapore authorities got rid of them for all vaccinated tourists

As of Tuesday, April 26, all fully vaccinated travelers and children under 12 years of age arriving through land, air and sea checkpoints are no longer required to be tested before departure and upon arrival in Singapore. Thanks to this step, vaccinated people from all over the world can enter Singapore without quarantine and without the need to pass any tests.

For the unvaccinated, fairly strict entry rules continue to apply. They must pass a preliminary PCR test before leaving — maximum 48 hours prior to departure to Singapore, upon arrival, complete a 7-day isolation at the declared address and at the end of the cons pass another test after the end of quarantine, which is on the seventh day.

Regional Director for North and South – Singapore Tourism Board Western Europe Michael Rodriguez added: “Our Ministry of Health continues to monitor the local and global situation with COVID-19, taking a prudent approach to the gradual easing of restrictions to ensure the safety of travel. We have a lot to share with guests this year, including the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix, the Singapore Food Festival and other Gulf 10th Anniversary events.

Travellers are strongly encouraged to visit the SafeTravel official website to view final border formalities upon entering the country.

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