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Singapore Tourism Board emphasises no change in COVID Protocol

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Following India’s recent announcement of mandatory negative RT-PCR tests for travellers from six countries, including Singapore, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has announced that there is no change to the country’s current COVID-19 protocol. 

Fully-vaccinated travellers from India will continue to be able to enter Singapore with no quarantine and testing requirements under the Vaccinated Travel Framework (VTF) that came into effect on April 1, 2022. 

Travellers from India to Singapore can continue enjoying their travels to Singapore with peace of mind, in light of the following key factors:

  • No change to border and on-ground restrictions – Fully vaccinated travellers arriving into Singapore from India can enter Singapore without quarantine or test requirements. Additionally, non-fully vaccinated travellers can also enter Singapore without any quarantine, as long as they possess a negative pre-departure RT-PCR or professionally administered ART test report. Singapore has not changed the status of any border or on-ground restrictions for visitors from India.
  • Business as usual – All tourist offerings, from attractions and shopping malls to dining and nightlife establishments, remain fully open.
  • Accessible testing facilitates – Testing facilities are widely and easily accessible throughout Singapore, per the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India’s requirements.  

Visitors can find the most up-to-date information on Singapore’s COVID-19 measures at the Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority’s SafeTravel Portal.

Singapore’s tourism landscape has evolved over the yearsmaking the destination one of the most popular and vibrant lifestyle destinations across the globe. So head to our blog on Singapore and start off your 2023 with an amazing travel itinerary.

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