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As the COVID-19 situation evolves, Singapore will continue to update our border measures, taking into account our understanding of the virus and the developments in other countries/ places.

Travellers planning to enter Singapore should be prepared to be subjected to the prevailing border control measures and public health requirements.

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Click the icon below for information on the types of International Safe Travel Passes available and the corresponding health and application requirements to visit Singapore.

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Travellers may refer to the following websites for more COVID-19 related information:

  • MOH website for updates on the COVID-19 local situation and the relevant advisories; and
  • MCI’s COVID-19 Info Bot for summarised information from various government agencies.


Frequently Asked Questions

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Latest Updates

(Updated as of 11 Sep 2020)

Date Title
11 Sep 2020Resumption of Essential Business Travel between Japan and Singapore - Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA)
9 Sep 2020Strengthening Measures for Safe Re-opening of Activities - Ministry of Health (MOH)
2 Sep 2020Fast Lane for Essential Travel Between Singapore and the Republic of Korea - Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA)
1 Sep 2020Joint Press Statement on the Reciprocal Green Lane for Essential Travel between Brunei Darussalam and Singapore - Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA)
27 Aug 2020Addendum to the President's Address - Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA)
26 Aug 2020[Updated] Health Advisory for Persons Issued Stay-Home Notice - Ministry of Health (MOH)
26 Aug 2020Updated Border Measures for Travellers from the Republic of Korea - Ministry of Health (MOH)
21 Aug 2020Updates on Border and Community Measures - Ministry of Health (MOH)
13 Aug 2020Joint Press Statement by H.E. Dr Vivian Balakrishnan and H.E. Motegi Toshimitsu on the Resumption of Essential Business Travel Between  Singapore and Japan - Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA)
7 Aug 2020Three charged for COVID-19 Related Offences - Ministry of Health (MOH)

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