With many places around the world having passed the peak of their Omicron waves and Singapore’s COVID-19 situation stabilising, Singapore will soon move to a Vaccinated Travel Framework under which border measures will differ based on vaccination status.
From 31 March 2022, 11.59pm, all travellers to Singapore, including travellers from Taiwan, will be subject to the following measures:
All fully vaccinated travellers and non-fully vaccinated children age 12 and below are permitted to enter Singapore. They do not need to apply for entry approvals or take designated Vaccinated Travel Lane transport. They will only need to do a Pre-Departure Test within 2 days before departure for Singapore, but do not need to serve a Stay-Home Notice or undergo on-arrival testing.
Non-fully vaccinated Long-Term Pass Holders (LTPH) and Short-Term Visitors (STV) aged 13 and above will not be able to enter Singapore, unless: (a) the LTPHs are aged 13 to 17, subject to the appropriate measures; or (b) the LTPHs and STVs have obtained valid entry approvals (such as for compassionate reasons). They will need 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.