Planning to travel to Singapore soon? You may not need a COVID-19 test to enter.
The requirement of all COVID-19 testing for fully vaccinated visitors will be "immediately" removed by Singapore, the city-state's chief executive officer (CEO) of the tourism board said earlier this week.
According to Bloomberg, Singapore Tourism Board CEO Keith Tan said the decision might be taken in the next few weeks.
Almost All Restrictions Have Been Canceled
Most restrictions put in place to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus have been lifted in Singapore for vaccinated travelers.
So, there is currently no need for quarantine or arrival tests for those who have been fully vaccinated. The test still required for fully vaccinated passengers is a pre-departure COVID-19 test taken before arrival in Singapore.
Bloomberg reports that once all tests are removed for arriving passengers, the Southeast Asian economic giant will join a select list of countries where restrictions are almost complete. This includes the UK, Norway, Jordan and Ireland.