Please see Travel Advisories from the Singapore’s Ministry of Health (MOH) on COVID-19 :
From 26 Oct 2021, 2359 hours, Indonesia will be reclassified under Category III Border Measures . Upon entry to Singapore, travellers will:
- No longer need to undergo an on-arrival Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test,
- Undergo an end of Stay-Home Notice (SHN) exit PCR test.
- Serve their 10-day SHN at their declared place of residence/accommodation regardless of the travellers’ and their household members’ vaccination status and travel history. By default, they will not be allocated accommodation in any dedicated SHN facilities. Returning residents should ensure that alternative accommodation is secured prior to their return if their homes are unsuitable for their SHN.
From 6 October 2021, 2359 hours, prevailing border measures for incoming travellers will be determined based on the travellers’ recent travel history in the last 14 days instead of the existing 21 days. The SHN period for those who currently have to serve 14 days, will also be reduced to 10 days, in line with the shortening of quarantine period, which accounts for the shorter incubation period of the Delta variant.
Tracetogether for visitors in Singapore
Click here for more info : https://www.brf.com.sg/tracetogether-for-visitors-in-singapore/