Singapore, one of the most popular travel destinations, is now opening up to its tourists, where tourists should take a mandatory Covid 19 test before entering the country. The compulsory COVID-19 test costs SG $ 200 and all arriving travelers should pass the test.
With the pandemic showing no sign of an end and the economy pointing downward, all countries are loosening restrictions and allowing tourism to gradually open up with protective measures against the virus introduced by many countries. And Singapore now allows tourism from other countries where tourists can visit the nation, but there are rules and regulations.
According to the Ministry of Health, the Singapore government’s official website is open to tourists, and people entering the country should follow strict guidelines so that you can prevent the virus from spreading. All arriving travelers must stay at home for 14 days, which would cost SG $ 2,000. The mandatory COVID-19 test must be taken before the home notification period ends.
The rule applies to all travelers who enter Singapore from June 17, 2020, 2359 hours, and who have stayed in Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Mainland China, New Zealand, the Republic of Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam in recent years 14 days before your arrival, your SHNs no longer have to be operated in special SHN facilities:
Other than the above nationals entering Singapore, any other traveler should follow the strict 14-day notification of staying at home in dedicated facilities.
Citizens and permanent residents of Singapore can follow SHN at their place of residence. Long-term pass holders can pay for their stay as part of SHN services at their hotel or at their place of residence.
From June 15, 2020, the Ministry of Health updated some rules and regulations that need to be followed. You can read the regulations here: https://www.moh.gov.sg/news-highlights/details/gradual-re-opening-of-travel-and-changes-to-border-measures
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