Singapore eases border measures for travellers arriving from Taiwan
08/06/2021|1:46:26 PM|The Straits Times

Travellers entering Singapore from Taiwan will not have to serve a stay-home notice (SHN) period from 11.59pm tomorrow, provided they test negative for Covid-19 upon arrival.

Those with a travel history there within the last 21 days before leaving for Singapore will take a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test when they arrive, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said last night. They can go about their activities if they test negative.

This includes short-term visitors, who can now also apply for an Air Travel Pass for entry into Singapore on or after Aug 12.

Currently, those with a travel history to Taiwan must serve a 14-day SHN at a dedicated facility.

Travellers who are still serving their 14-day SHN at their place of residence as at 11.59pm tomorrow will have to complete it and test negative at the end of the period.

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