COVID-19 TRAVEL RESOURCE HUB

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We've identified 3 key areas to help you make an informed decision on your future travel plans.

Travel corridor updates
TRAVEL CORRIDOR UPDATES

Find out which corridors and bubbles are being planned as flight routes gradually reopen. READ MORE

Travel insurance guide
TRAVEL INSURANCE GUIDE

Get to know the changes to your travel insurance policy during the pandemic. READ MORE

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LATEST CONSUMER SENTIMENTS & INSIGHTS

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Travel corridor updates

Countries across regions have imposed varying levels of restrictions on incoming travellers. Travel corridors - also known as travel bubbles or air bridges - are reciprocal partnerships made between countries without requiring a period of self-quarantine upon arrival and return.

Important information for travellers

Bangladesh

Flights to Bangladesh are suspended until further notice.
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Brunei

In spite of low cases of COVID-19 and Singapore allowing general travel to Brunei, their borders currently remain closed until further notice.
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China

Singaporeans are restricted from entering China for non-essential travel. Any essential travel to China via the fast lane must be sponsored by either a company or a government agency in China.
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Hong Kong

Hong Kong is currently closed for travel and Singaporeans are not permitted to enter.
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India

Flights to India are suspended until 30 September 2020.
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Indonesia

All borders have been closed and commercial flights suspended until at least 31st August.
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Japan

Singaporeans are restricted from entering Japan for non-essential travels.
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Kazakhstan

Flights to Kazakhstan are suspended until further notice.
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Laos

Flights to Laos are suspended until 30 September 2020.
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Malaysia

Singapore and Malaysia have launched the Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) to enable essential business and official travel for up to 14 days, with necessary safeguards installed to ensure public health considerations are addressed.
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Mongolia

Singaporeans are restricted from entering Mongolia for non-essential travels.
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Myanmar

Flights to Myanmar are suspended until 30 September 2020. Only Singaporeans with special exemptions may enter Myanmar, otherwise no entry allowed.
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Nepal

Flights to Nepal are suspended until further notice.
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Philippines

Singaporeans are restricted from entering Philippines for non-essential travels.
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South Korea

Singaporeans are not allowed to enter South Korea for tourism purposes; exception with conditions for those with the APEC Business Travel Card.
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Taiwan

Singaporeans are restricted from entering Taiwan for non-essential travels.
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Thailand

Passengers and airline crew are not allowed to enter Thailand until 30 September 2020. Only selected non-Thai nationals are allowed to enter the country under clear circumstances.
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Vietnam

Singaporeans are restricted from entering Vietnam for non-essential travels.
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Algeria

Flights to Algeria are suspended until further notice.
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Cameroon

Singaporeans are stricted from entering Cameroon for non-essential travels.
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Congo

Flights have restarted into Congo. Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued at most 3 days before arrival.
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Cote d'Ivoire

Flights have restarted into Cote d'Ivoire. Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued at most 3 days before arrival.
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Egypt

Flights have restarted. A completed "Public Health Card" must be presented to immigration upon arrival. Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 48 hours before arrival. The certificate must be in Arabic or English.
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Mali

Singaporeans can enter Mali. Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 3 days before arrival. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
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Morocco

Flights to Morocco are suspended till 10 October 2020.
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Somalia

Flights have restarted into Somalia. Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued at most 96 hours before arrival.
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South Africa

Flights to South Africa are suspended till 30 September 2020.
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Sudan

Flights to Sudan are suspended until 10 October 2020.
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Australia

Singaporeans are restricted from entering Australia, this does not apply to permanent residents of Australia. Travellers are required to quarantine for 14 days at the first point of entry. Passengers who are allowed to enter Australia must request an exemption before departure. 
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New Zealand

Even though Singapore allows general travel to New Zealand, Singaporeans are restricted from entering New Zealand; this does not apply to permanent residents of New Zealand. Transit is only allowed in Auckland for a maximum of 12 hours. Passengers are subjected to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days.
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Belgium

Only those from the EU, the UK, and four other Schengen countries are allowed into Belgium right now. Singaporeans remain prohibited.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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Czech Republic

The Czech Republic's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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Croatia

Croatia's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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Denmark

Denmark's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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Estonia

Estonia's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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Finland

Finland's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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France

Singaporeans are not allowed to enter France for short-term visits.
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Greece

Only residents from the EU+ and limited countries are allowed into Greece as of 15th September. This does not include Singapore.
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Hungary

Hungary's borders are closed as of 15th September.
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Iceland

Iceland's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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Ireland

Passengers arriving in Ireland must complete a Public Health Passenger Locator Form and are subject to self-isolation for 14 days. 
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Italy

Italy's borders are only open to a selected number of countries but this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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Latvia

Latvia's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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Montenegro

Montenegro's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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Netherlands

The Dutch government adopted the EU's recommendation beginning 1st July to lift its travel ban for residents from countries deemed safe - this however does not include Singapore.
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Norway

Norway's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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Poland

Poland's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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Portugal

Portugal's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September. Different rules also apply if you are arriving at Madeira or Azores.
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Romania

Romania's borders are only open to a selected number of countries and this does not include Singapore as of 15th September.
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Serbia

COVID-19 entry regulations were lifted on 22 May 2020. However, travellers must have a medical certificate with a negative coronavirus PCR test issued at most 48 hours before arrival.
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Spain

Singaporeans are restricted from entering Spain for non-essential travel.
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Switzerland

Similar to many other EU nations, short-term visitors from Singapore are still prohibited from entering Switzerland.
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Turkey

Turkey has opened its borders except to passengers arriving from Afghanistan. You are required to fill up a health declaration form upon arrival.
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United Kingdom

There are no entry restrictions to the United Kingdom and as of 21st September, Singaporeans will not need to observe the 14-day self-isolation requirement.
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Ukraine

Flights to Ukraine are suspended until 30th September. Passengers must have insurance to cover medical expenses and are subject to self-isolation.
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United Kingdom

There are no entry restrictions to the United Kingdom, however a 14-day self-isolation rule may apply depending for arriving travellers. As of 15th September, Singaporeans will need to observe the self-isolation requirement.
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Canada

Canadian borders are closed to all foreign nationals until 30 September 2020.
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Mexico

Commercial flights are in operation and travellers are allowed to enter Mexico but they have to complete a questionnaire upon arrival.
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United States of America

Foreign nationals who have visited Brazil, China, Iran, the Schengen area, Ireland, or the United Kingdom over the past 14 days are forbidden from entering the USA. Those allowed entry will be screened and must self-quarantine for 14 days.
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Argentina

Flights to Argentina are suspended until further notice.
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Brazil

Travellers can now enter the country for up to 90 days via limited direct commercial flights, however they have to show proof of medical insurance coverage.
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Chile

Flights to Chile are suspended until further notice.
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Colombia

Flights to Colombia are suspended until further notice.
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Cuba

All international commercial flights have been suspended until further notice. However, this does not apply to chartered flights arriving in Cayo Coco (CCC), Cayo Largo del Sur (CYO) or Santa Clara (SNU) where tourists will undergo medical screening before being transported directly to their resorts.
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Peru

All borders have been closed and commercial flights suspended until further notice.
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Uruguay

All commercial flights have been suspended until 15th August - subject to further extension. All non-resident foreign nationals intending to enter the country will need to present proof of health insurance which covers suspected or confirmed COVID-19.
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Venezuela

Venezuelan borders are closed and all commercial flights have been suspended until further notice.
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Travel restrictions

Many countries have imposed entry restrictions and border closures to tackle the COVID-19 situation. Visit IATA and click on the COVID-19 Travel Regulations Map* to view current restrictions at your travel destination. Please visit WHO for public health and safety tips.

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Travel advisory

Visit MFA and enter your travel destination in the “Where are you travelling to?” section to search for the latest travel advisory from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore. You may also visit MOH for the latest COVID-19 health advisory from the Ministry of Health, Singapore.

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Travel Insurance coverage

Did you know that travel insurance will not cover you for any journey undertaken against the advice of Singapore's Ministry of Health (MOH) or Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA)? Furthermore, you will also not be covered for any claims arising from COVID-19.

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