For arrivals from 1 November 2021, 0001hrs, travellers entering Singapore under the Student’s Pass Holder Lane must be fully vaccinated before arrival, except for the following groups:
- Travellers who are below 18 years old on date of entry.
Unvaccinated travellers who are 12 years old to below 18 years old on date of entry will need to complete the full vaccination regime within 2 months of arrival. You may visit https://www.vaccine.gov.sg for information on the COVID-19 vaccination programme in Singapore.
- Travellers who cannot be vaccinated due to medical conditions
To be considered for exemption, travellers must submit a request and upload a doctor's memo. This should be done at least 3 weeks before the intended date of entry.
To be considered fully vaccinated, travellers must:
- Have received the full regimen of WHO EUL vaccines at least 14 days before arriving in Singapore. Vaccines requiring 2 doses must be completed either using the same or different brands and taken based on recommended intervals between each dose. The list of vaccinations accepted by Singapore can be found here.
Example: If the traveller received the full vaccine regimen on 1 Sep, the earliest he/she can enter Singapore is 15 Sep.
- Have received 1 dose of a PSAR-approved vaccine if they had earlier recovered from COVID-19. This vaccination must be done at least 3 months from the date of their COVID-19 diagnosis.[Note: These travellers should submit an entry application here]
- Be able to produce documents to prove their vaccination status before boarding the flight, and upon arrival in Singapore. Otherwise, they will be denied entry.
- (Only applicable to those who were vaccinated overseas) Take a serology test at a Public Health Preparedness Clinic to confirm their vaccination status within 14 days of completing their self-isolation or Stay-Home Notice (SHN) in Singapore. Please call in advance to check that the clinic is able to support the serology test.
If their serology test results are positive, their vaccination records will be updated in the National Immunisation Registry. (Their vaccination status can then be viewed on the HealthHub and TraceTogether apps, which they may present to enjoy vaccination-differentiated safe management measures in Singapore.)
If the serology test results are negative, they will have to take 2 doses of a PSAR-approved vaccine in Singapore within 2 months of the negative serology test result.
Documents travellers should produce to prove they are fully vaccinated
|Place traveller was vaccinated||Traveller can produce any of the following
- A copy of the vaccination certificate
- Vaccination status on HealthHub App
- Vaccination status on TraceTogether App
A copy of the vaccination certificate with all these details:
- Name (as stated on the passport)
- At least 1 other personal identifier, e.g. date of birth or passport number
- Country of vaccination
- Name of vaccine used (if more than 1 dose, the name of each vaccine administered)
- Vaccination date(s) (if more than 1 dose, the dates each dose was administered)
Note If the vaccination certificate is not in English, it should be translated to English and notarised.
Penalties for non-compliance
Strict enforcement action, including revocation of passes, will be taken for non-compliance or false declaration.