The Singaporean government has lifted all COVID-related entry requirements for those traveling to the country.

Key Points:

  • As of Feb. 13, individuals who are traveling to Singapore no longer face COVID-related entry requirements.
  • Singaporean authorities no longer require travelers to have proof of COVID-19 vaccination or recovery certificates when entering the country or test for COVID-19 before or after arrival.
  • Visitors no longer need to show proof of a negative predeparture COVID-19 test or purchase COVID-19 travel insurance before traveling to the country.

Additional Information: Singaporean authorities continue to screen travelers for other infectious diseases of concern, such as Yellow Fever, Middle East Respiratory Syndrome and Ebola. More information regarding the Singapore’s decision to lift COVID-19 entry requirements is available here.

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