Singapore Removes Pre-Departure Test Requirements For All Fully Vaccinated Travellers From 26 April 2022

No More Pre-Departure Test To Singapore For All Fully Vaccinated Travellers

From 26 April 2022, all fully vaccinated travellers and non-fully vaccinated children aged 12 and below will no longer be required to take a pre-departure test (PDT) before departing for Singapore.

This also means that fully vaccinated and well travellers to Singapore will not need to undergo any COVID-19 tests to enter Singapore.

Entry requirements for non-fully vaccinated travellers remain unchanged. All non-fully vaccinated travellers aged 13 and above who are allowed to enter Singapore are required to take a PDT within 2 days before departure for Singapore, undergo a 7-day SHN, and take a PCR test at the end of their SHN period.

Non-fully vaccinated Long-Term Pass Holders (LTPHs) and Short-Term Visitors (STVs) aged 13 and above are not allowed to enter Singapore, except for LTPHs medically ineligible for vaccines, LTPHs and STVs with other valid entry approval (e.g. for compassionate reasons, and LTPHs aged 13 to 17, subject to the appropriate measures.

Given the increased availability of vaccines globally for those aged between 13 and 17, all LTPHs aged 13 and above arriving from 1 July 2022 will be required to be fully vaccinated prior to entry into Singapore, unless medically ineligible for vaccines.

Source: Ministry of Health

One comment

  1. I am an Australian Citizen who will be holidaying in Singapore and wish to have a day trip to JB.
    MySafeTravel web site says:
    All fully vaccinated travellers and children aged 12 years old and below from Singapore are permitted to enter Malaysia without quarantine or testing.
    There no mention anywhere that these travellers have to be Singaporeans.
    Does this mean that I can take advantage of these exemptions ??

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