Short term visitors from anywhere in the world are not able to enter Singapore. If you have extenuating circumstances for which you need to enter Singapore, you will only be permitted entry if you have been issued a ‘SafeTravel Pass’. For more information see SafeTravel Pass Application Portal. If you are a spouse or child of a Singapore resident
(Singapore citizens and permanent residents
) who needs to visit Singapore due to extenuating circumstances, an application for entry may be submitted via the Ministry of Health. Travellers are advised to check the Singapore Ministry of Health’s (MOH’s) website before travelling. Measures for inbound travellers are summarised in the COVID-19
Appendix. All work pass holders must comply with all Singapore government regulations or face their passes being revoked and/or fines/jail. The Singapore Ministry of Manpower will only allow work pass holders and/or their dependents to enter Singapore if they have obtained prior approval of the Ministry. Employers of work pass holders are required to obtain approval from the Ministry before pass holders are able to travel to Singapore. Approval may be subject to conditions such as obtaining a doctor’s certificate before flying. Any work pass holders or dependents who are granted permission to enter Singapore will be issued with a 14-day Stay at Home Notice (SHN). Singapore’s Changi Airport has allowed transit
to authorised airlines from 2 June but to date transit
is only possible in certain circumstances. Check with your airline before undertaking a journey via Singapore. Further details can be found on the Ministry of Manpower website
. Work pass holders will be refused entry or risk deportation if they do not comply with this requirement. They also risk having their work pass revoked.