Singapore simplifies entering restrictions for vaccinated travelers

Singapore simplifies entering restrictions for vaccinated travelers

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said the country’s “fight against COVID-19 has reached a major turning point,” with fully vaccinated tourists from all countries welcome to visit in April.

“After this major step, we will wait a while to let the situation stabilize,” Hsien Loong told Reuters. “If all goes well, we will ease up further.”

Hsien Loong said coronavirus-related restrictions would be removed at a measured pace, with mask mandates outdoors being lifted and larger groups (up to 10 people) being allowed to gather again.

In January, Singapore altered its inbound international travel policy, which made entry simpler for people who have recovered from the virus and are also vaccinated. Since launching its Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTL) in October, the country made adjustments to its entry rules more than once.

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