11 February 2023 in News

Singapore to lift all Covid-19 border measures from 13 Feb

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From next Monday (13th Feb 2023), visitors who are not fully vaccinated against Covid-19 will no longer need to show proof of a negative pre-departure test before entering Singapore.

There will also be no need to show proof of vaccination on arrival.

Short-term visitors to Singapore who are not fully vaccinated will also not be required to buy travel insurance that covers Covid-19 medical treatment.

This comes as Singapore prepares to lift all remaining border restrictions that were put in place during the pandemic.

However, these restrictions under the Vaccinated Travel Framework – which was implemented in April 2022 – may be reactivated if there are international developments of concern, such as new severe variants or signs that the healthcare capacity here is strained.

Source: Ministry of Health Singapore

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