A slew of safety measures have been implemented to ensure that you enjoy business events in Singapore without compromising on the overall experience. Watch the video to find out more.
As the COVID-19 pandemic situation is constantly developing, the measures and policies are subject to changes. You may obtain more information from the following official websites:
All short-term travellers may enter Singapore via one of the following Safe Travel Lanes:
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Air Travel Pass
Foreigners who are short-term travellers travelling from selected countries may seek entry into Singapore by applying for an Air Travel Pass, before 7 and 30 days of the intended date of entry.
(No controlled itinerary within Singapore)
Reciprocal Green Lane
Companies or Government Agencies in Singapore may sponsor/apply for a SafeTravel Pass under the Reciprocal Green Lane on behalf of a prospective traveller, between 14 and 35 days before the intended week of entry.
(Controlled itinerary within Singapore)
If you need a visa to enter Singapore, please apply through a local sponsor, Singapore Overseas Mission, or through an authorised visa agent. To apply, you will need an approval letter for the respective Safe Travel Lane you are using to enter Singapore.
If you already hold a valid visa that was suspended due to COVID-19, you do not need to re-apply. To check if your visa is valid, visit here.
Air Travel Pass and Reciprocal Green Lane travellers are required to have travel insurance coverage prior to travelling to Singapore.
The insurance plan should provide at least S$30,000 worth of coverage for COVID-19-related hospitalisation and medical expenses. For more information, please visit the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority’s SafeTravel website.
All short-term travellers are required to undergo an on-arrival COVID-19 PCR Test.
Upon completion, Air Travel Pass and Reciprocal Green Lane travellers are to make the necessary arrangements and / or take private transportation, taxi, or a private hire car to travel from the airport to their declared non-residential accommodation.
Remain in isolation until you’ve been notified (within 48 hours) that your test result is negative. Only then may you continue to explore and enjoy the city's offerings.
All travellers are to be responsible for their medical bills, should they require medical treatment for COVID-19 while in Singapore. Those who purchased a travel insurance policy with COVID-19 coverage for the trip can submit a claim to their relevant insurance providers for these expenses.
To reduce the risk of transmission while on the move in Singapore, we have precautionary measures that you can take. Here are some helpful tips to protect yourself and others around you.
*TraceTogether is a contact tracing mobile application that supports Singapore’s efforts in the fight against COVID-19. When phones with the app installed are near each other, they exchange anonymised information via Bluetooth. The data collected by the app is stored securely on your phone, and only shared with the Ministry of Health if you test positive for COVID-19. All data is also automatically deleted after 25 days.
Please contact the Conference Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org for information/assistance as the situation on COVID-19 is evolving.