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PM says COVID-19 is likely to become endemic, and Singapore must adapt to live with it.
Lockdown Status
Inbound Travel
Outbound Travel
10,640 per million
7 Day Rolling Ave
-54% vs prev week
5.8 per million
Fully Vaccinated
32.28% of pop.
Source: Cases - John Hopkins University (2021-06-11). Vaccine - Ministry of Health (2021-06-07). Retrieved from OurWorldInData.org

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Policy Summary

Lockdown Status

In Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) of lockdown easing from 16 May-13 Jun. Employees should work from home, gatherings limited to 2 pax. Approved attractions, hotels for leisure stays and tour operators permitted to reopen at limited capacity. Wearing a mask outdoors obligatory. MICE events up to 100 pax permitted with pre-event testing. Schools to conduct e-learning.

Travel Restrictions

All short-term visitors to Singapore are barred from entering the country from 23 Mar 2020. “Fast lane” for Chinese business travellers. Periodic Commuting Arrangement (PCA) with Malaysia. Travellers from China (except Guangdong), New Zealand, Brunei and Australia (excluding Victoria) do not have to serve quarantine on arrival to Singapore. Travellers from India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Nepal not permitted entry. Connect@Singapore business traveller applications now open.

Containment Policies Timeline

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International Travel Restrictions
  • 0 - no restrictions
  • 1 - screening arrivals
  • 2 - quarantine arrivals from some or all regions
  • 3 - ban arrivals from some regions
  • 4 - ban on all regions or total border closure
Internal Movement Restrictions
  • 0 - no restrictions
  • 1 - recommend not to travel between regions/cities
  • 2 - internal movement restrictions in place
Stay At Home Requirements
  • 0 - no measures
  • 1 - recommend not leaving house
  • 2 - require not leaving house with exceptions for daily exercise, grocery shopping, and 'essential' trips
  • 3 - require not leaving house with minimal exceptions (eg allowed to leave once a week, or only one person can leave at a time, etc)
School Closures
  • 0 - no measures
  • 1 - recommend closing
  • 2 - require closing (only some levels or categories, eg just high school, or just public schools)
  • 3 - require closing all levels
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Economy Summary

Fiscal support for the tourism industry

Aviation industry support (30 Dec):

  • Additional $84 million SGD

  • Used to support the adoption of technology and safety measures to protect airport workers and crew

  • Licence fees for scheduled air services, Certificates of Airworthiness will continue to be waived, and ground handling and catering service fees will be 50% off

Jobs Support Scheme extensi