Singapore is reopening its borders in a controlled and safe manner to maintain its status as an international hub.
Travellers approved for entry should refer to the specific requirements and process for the respective Safe Travel lanes they are entering Singapore on. These health control requirements would also be stated as conditions of entry approval where relevant.
To minimise the public health risks associated with the border reopening, travellers arriving in Singapore may be required to observe the relevant health control measures, below:
- COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction Test (“PCR Test”)
- Pre-departure test
- Self-Isolation and Segregation Measures
- Stay-Home Notice (SHN)
- SHN in Dedicated Facilities (SDF)
- SHN Electronic Monitoring Devices
Mandatory COVID-19 Travel Insurance
- Treatment for Covid-19
As these measures are continually evolving to better respond to the epidemiological developments overseas, travellers planning to visit Singapore should visit the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) webpage for the latest information.
Visitors should monitor their health and should not travel to Singapore if they:
- Have symptoms of COVID-19;
- Are diagnosed or suspected to have COVID-19 infection in the last 21 days before departing for Singapore; or
- Had close contact with any person with COVID-19 in the last 14 days before departing for Singapore. Close contact means:
- Providing care for a COVID-19 patient, including in healthcare or family/social setting;
- Staying in the same place as a person with COVID-19 (e.g. household members); or
- Close (i.e. less than 2 metres) and prolonged contact (15 minutes or more) with a person with COVID-19 (e.g. shared a meal).