Singapore to open to vaccinated Australians from November 8
An international location will open to quarantine-free travel for fully vaccinated Australians from November 8.
The Singapore government has announced Australians who are vaccinated against COVID-19 will be welcome.
Australians entering the country will have to return a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours before travel, and a negative test on arrival.
Once the arrival test comes back negative, Australians will be permitted to move freely within Singapore.
Unvaccinated children aged 12 or under will be permitted into the country.
Today Show reporter Izabella Staskowski says Singapore will act as a gateway to many other locations.
“You could treat it like a stopover because they’re connected to countries in Europe and in Asia,” she told Ross and Russel.
Singapore recently opened to quarantine-free travel for people from the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Brunei, South Korea and the United States.
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