Updated as at 25 April 2022
1. Travelling to Singapore
Travellers entering Singapore can do so with the new Vaccinated Travel Framework from 26 April 2022, 2359h. Singapore’s border measures are categorised according to travel history to countries/regions in the General Travel or Restricted Category, as well as vaccination with WHO Emergency Use Listing COVID-19 vaccines**
**To be considered fully vaccinated, travellers must have taken at least one dose of Janssen/J&J, or at least 2 doses of AstraZeneca, Covaxin, Moderna/Spikevax, Covishield, Novavax, Pfizer/BioNTech/COMIRNATY, Sinovac or Sinopharm. Mixtures and boosters of these WHO EUL vaccines, and recovery from COVID-19 with vaccination, are also acceptable. For full definition of acceptable vaccinations and dose intervals for entry to Singapore, refer to the section BELOW on acceptable COVID-19 vaccinations for entry.
There are no Restricted Category countries/regions today; all countries/regions come under the COVID-19 General Travel Category. For the detailed entry and health protocols, click on the relevant button below for a full step-by-step traveller checklist according to your profile.www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19.
2. Border measures under the Vaccinated Travel Framework.
If your 7-day travel history consists only of countries in the General Travel Category, you will be subject to the following border measures.
3. Accepted COVID-19 Vaccinations for Entry
All travellers aged 12 and below do not need to be vaccinated for entry to Singapore. Travellers aged 13 and above are only considered “fully vaccinated” for purposes of entry to Singapore if they meet either of the following conditions at least 2 weeks before arrival in Singapore, if not they are considered “non-fully vaccinated”:
i. Received the full regimen of WHO EUL Vaccines in the list of accepted vaccinations below and met the minimum dose interval period; OR
ii. Contracted COVID-19 before being vaccinated, and received at least one dose of any WHO EUL Vaccines (listed above) at least 28 days after their first diagnosis of a COVID-19 infection. (E.g. If traveller was first diagnosed with COVID-19 on 1 March, the vaccination should only be taken from 29 March onwards.) Travellers must produce acceptable proof of their first positive COVID-19 diagnosis.
Delegates may visit the Safe Travel website for more details on ATP and VTL arrangements.
All Information credits to: https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/
Safe Management Measures
Joint 11th AOHUPO and 7th AOAPO Congress, in conjunction with SSMS 2023 follows the guidelines and regulations from the Singapore Tourism Board. For more information, please visit https://www.stb.gov.sg/content/stb/en/home-pages/advisory-for-MICE.html#MICE.
Local COVID-19 Developments
Delegates may visit the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority’s website for the latest information on travelling to Singapore. Travellers should also check with their airlines or the embassy / high-commission of their destination country for the latest travel advisory before their flights.
For more information about COVID-19 developments, please refer to the official Singapore Ministry of Health website https://www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19.