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the main points
- Most VTL countries provide quarantine and test-free entry for vaccinated travelers from Singapore
- Travelers may also be required to show proof of vaccination upon arrival
- Singaporean citizens who have been vaccinated will be able to visit South Korea for quarantine and without a visa from November 15, 2021.
New Delhi: Amid easing travel restrictions on countries, Singapore opened its borders to nine more countries on Saturday, despite fighting a record Covid-19 outbreak for now. In its latest travel advice, the country has allowed travelers from the US, UK, Canada, Denmark, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain to be vaccinated.
From October 19, air travelers from these nine countries will not have to follow quarantine rules if they pass their Covid-19 tests. The announcement is an important step in Singapore’s strategy to resume international contacts. However, India is still not part of Singapore’s new travel corridor scheme.
safetravel.ica.gov.sg stated that “there are no arrangements for a vaccinated itinerary for passengers departing from India”. “Non-Singapore nationals and permanent residents with a history of travel or transit through India within 14 days of arrival are not currently allowed to enter Singapore,” the text reads.
Travel from Singapore to these nine countries can be done on any Singapore Airlines flight, while travel from these countries to Singapore must be on Vaccination Tours (VTL). Travel to multiple VTL countries is allowed on the same flight.
Travelers must show evidence of Covid-19 vaccination and take two PCR tests for Covid-19 when traveling to Singapore. Short-term visitors and long-term pass holders must apply for a Vented Travel Card (VTP) on VTL flights to Singapore, which can be done online.
Please note that Singapore already allows…