Singapore to lift remaining Covid measures

Singapore will allow non-vaccinated travellers to enter without showing proof of a negative pre-departure test from Monday (February 13).

In addition, visitors who are not fully vaccinated will no longer be required to purchase Covid-19 travel insurance.

The Asian city-state is also scrapping its mask requirement on public transport next week.

However, masks are still needed when interacting with patients in healthcare and residential care settings.

A spokesperson for the country said the health situation had “stabilised” and the population had “developed a high level of immunity from severe Covid-19”.

Singapore last year predicted it would hit pre-pandemic visitor numbers “by mid-2025” and outlined plans to recover from the pandemic more sustainably.

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