Passengers aged 6 and over are required to wear a face mask
A professionally administered negative PCR or Antigen Rapid Test (ART) obtained within 2 days prior to departure, or a self administered ART test result that is remotely supervised by an ART provider in Singapore obtained within 2 days prior to departure required
7 days required
Passenger Locator Form
Electronic Singapore Arrival Card with Health Declaration must be submitted within 3 days prior to arrival
Required for non vaccinated passengers
Passengers from certain countries may need to apply for Safe Travel Pass permission for entry
30/03/2020: Casual contacts with a possible; probable; or confirmed case of COVID-19 should continue with normal work activity and surveillance of symptoms. Close contacts with a possible; probable; or confirmed case of COVID-19: the worker will be removed from work activity and will be quarantined at home for 14 days with active monitoring of symptoms. Carrying out a diagnostic test by PCR will be assessed after 7 days. If the PCR is negative; the person can return to professional activity; 30/04/2020: same as before; 22/05/2020: Close contacts of confirmed cases will quarantine at home for 14 days from the date...
21/10/21 Provision of sports training services is not allowed. Sport training can be carried out outdoors individually or by one household. ; 01/04/2022 All measures are lifted but sports service providers and event organisers (in cooperation with sports federations) have the right to set epidemiological safety requirements when assessing risks.
7/05/2021 Restaurants can serve food outdoors (on a terrace) in compliance with strict social distancing measures - 2 metres between the tables; staff wearing masks; no more than two households; up to 10 people in total at the table. Restaurants may operate between 06:00-21:00.; 15/06/2021 Indoor services are allowed for those who are vaccinated or have been infected or have a negative rapid/PCR test. ; 11/10/2021 Services should be provided only in an epidemiologically safe environment both indoors and outdoors; meaning that the service provider and the visitor should have a valid COVID-19 vaccination certificate or proof of infection. The...
50% capacity in urban buses and taxis; 06/03/2021: extension of measures; 20/04/2021: extension of measures; 07/05/2021: extension of measures; 08/05/2021: mandatory use of mask in public transport. In regular public transport by bus; 75% of capacity; 10/05/2022: end of restrictions.
10 people and no more than two households will be able to gather at private events at the same time. This means that people living in two separate homes can come together; but not a group of friends where everyone lives in a different place. The exception is a funeral; where 10 people from different households can still gather. Meetings; marches and pickets outside will be allowed; provided they do not have more than 50 people; in order not to restrict the right to express one's opinion.;3/12/2020; everyone in Latvia must follow the 2 + 2 principle in their daily...
Exemptions to NPIs to vaccinated LTCF residents will take place regarding new admissions; group activities and family visits at home; 07/12/2021: it is required in hospitals and residences (Level 1 municipalities); 16/02/2022: COVID Certificate required in hospitals/residences until February 15;
7/10/2020 Mandatory use of face masks on public transport throughout Latvia; 14/10/2020 Face masks are required in sale places (shops; gas stations; and other places); railway stations; bus stations; airports; as well as cultural and religious sites. Exceptions apply where the use of masks is not possible; such as swimming pools; water parks; saunas; and similar places. ;03/12/2020 Day-care nursery workers must wear masks at all times. ;11/10/2021 Face masks should be used by all students and educators indoors; except of pre-schoolers. ;21/10/21 All persons must wear face masks properly when receiving catering services indoors. ;25/01/2022 Persons are required to...
In the workplace; people who have completed vaccination or who recovered from Covid-19 may not use face masks or keep a distance of two meters. Art classes for up to 20 people may take place indoors if all participants have been vaccinated against Covid-19 or can prove that they had recovered from the virus. Amateur sports trainings for up to 20 persons take place indoors if all participants have been vaccinated against Covid-19 or can prove that they had recovered from the virus; 21/10/21: Fully vaccinated/recovered kindergarten staff do not need to take the Covid-19 test once a week. Business...
In the future; carriers will be able to carry out international passenger services to and from countries where the cumulative 14-day morbidity rate per 100;000 inhabitants is less than twice the average in the European Union; the European Economic Area; Switzerland and the United Kingdom. According to the data on 26 August; the average morbidity rate in Europe is 46. This means that in the current situation; international passenger services would not take place to countries with a 14-day cumulative morbidity rate above 92 (rounded to 90) per 100;000 inhabitants