Singapore is again allowing the unvaccinated to enter the country without quarantine

Singapore Airport (Photo: Unsplash / @ shawnanggg).
Singapore Airport (Photo: Unsplash / @ shawnanggg).

Singapore is again allowing the unvaccinated to enter the country without quarantine

Singapore Airport (Photo: Unsplash / @ shawnanggg).
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The city-state of Singapore will also allow unvaccinated people to enter the country without quarantine from August 29, 2022. Furthermore, the obligation to wear a mask that has been practiced so far is largely abolished. The mouth and nose no longer have to be covered indoors.

So far, unvaccinated people who want to enter Singapore have had to take a corona test no more than two days before departure. Upon arrival, you must self-quarantine for seven days. In addition, you have to apply for an official entry permit. Fully vaccinated individuals may enter without testing and/or isolation.

From Monday, unvaccinated people will be able to enter Singapore again without a special permit. However, they still have to show a negative corona test at the immigration control, which must not be older than 48 hours.

Within Singapore, the mask requirement falls in almost all areas. The government will recommend wearing mouth and nose protection in the future, but it will no longer be mandatory. You no longer have to wear masks in the airport terminals either. However, there are also some exceptions, for example in healthcare facilities, nursing homes, ambulances and on public transport you still have to cover your mouth and nose. There is an exception to the exception for public transport, because masks are not compulsory in taxis.

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