Singapore relaxes entry rules for vaccinated arrivals

By Linsey McNeill
22/04/2022
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Fully vaccinated travellers and children under 13 will no longer have to take tests on arrival in Singapore from 26 April.

The city state had already ended the requirement for vaccinated Brits to take a PCR test at the airport, but until 26 April they still need to take a supervised self-swab within 24 hours of their arrival plus two more tests on day 2 and day 7.

From 26 April, they no longer need to take any pre-departure or arrival tests.

However, arrivals who aren’t fully vaccinated must take a test within two days of their departure for Singapore and quarantine for seven days before taking another PCR test. 

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