Singapore | COVID-Related Border Measures Ending Feb. 13

Singapore will suspend all COVID-19 border measures from Monday, February 13. The country will also remove almost all other COVID-19-related restrictions, including requiring masks on public transportation.

What to Expect
  • Travelers, including those not vaccinated, will not have to show proof of a negative pre-departure test before entering the country.
  • Travelers will no longer have to purchase COVID-19 travel insurance.
  • Authorities will still conduct screenings for other infectious diseases, including Yellow Fever, Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), and Ebola.
  • All travelers, including Singapore residents, must submit a health declaration via the SG Arrival Card e-service upon entry.

The government has warned that should there be “international developments of concern,” they could reintroduce restrictions through the Vaccinated Travel Framework.

Erickson Insights

As always, travelers should check with the local immigration and checkpoint websites for the latest border measures before traveling.

Erickson Immigration Group will continue to monitor developments and share updates as more news is available. Please contact your employer or EIG attorney if you have questions about anything we’re reporting above or case-specific questions.