To account for how organizing your business trip abroad, you would need first to know entry regulations in Singapore, as well as transit requirements, quarantine conditions, social distancing and more.
Form August 29, 2022, Singapore entered in the Transition Phase to COVID-19 Resilience, giving rise to a modification of the regulatory measures for entry, social distancing, mask wearing and more. As a matter of fact, the Ministry of Health of Singapore contribute to monitor the pandemic situation seeking to progressively reduce previous regulations. However, the Singapore Government highly recommends to exercise caution and social responsibility, following the appropriate health protocols and join vaccination to avoid at-risk situations and ensure the Transition Phase to COVID-19 Resilience.
In case of planning a business trip to Singapore, it should be necessary to be aware of some regulations. In order to avoid any ambiguity, we are hereby reporting requirements and indications strongly recommended to travellers.
Table of contents
- Singapore entry – transit requirements
- Valid Vaccinations in Singapore
- Did you test positive for COVID-19? Follow the protocols!
- Face masks and social distancing
- Support from A&P
- Ask our Experts
1. Singapore entry-transit requirements
From 13 February 2023, for all travellers, regardless of their vaccination status, it is possible to enter the country without further Covid-19 screening or testing.
For more information and to monitor any changes, please go to the section ASK OUR EXPERTS.
3. Valid Vaccinations in Singapore
The following vaccinations are valid and can be carried out in Singapore:
4. Did you test positive for COVID-19 in Singapore? The current protocols
In the event of a mild respiratory infection, it is recommended to stay at home and follow appropriate control measures to prevent the spread of infection. If it is necessary to go to crowded and/or public places, it is recommended to wear a face mask and avoid contact with vulnerable people.
In case of severe, prolonged symptoms or a subsequent worsening, it is recommended to seek medical attention or contact 995 for immediate medical assistance.
5. Face masks and social distancing in Singapore
Please note that from 13 February 2023, face masks are no longer required on public transport, however they remain compulsory in certain places.