Singapore Reopens To Unvaccinated Tourists, Drops Mask Mandates On Monday

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Singapore currently allows vaccinated tourists to enter the country with no testing requirements, but doesn’t typically allow unvaccinated tourists to enter.

That will finally change on Monday, when unvaccinated tourists will be able to enter the country, if they test negative for COVID via PCR within 2 days before departure to Singapore.

Additionally, Singapore will drop their indoor mask mandates on Monday, including mask mandates on flights to or from Singapore and in the airport. The only exceptions will be flights to countries that still have an in-flight mask mandate, such as Australia, Canada, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Spain, and Portugal.

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Cool. We are visiting Singapore in January – glad they are dropping the mask mandate. hopefully the rest of the free world will drop COVID restrictions.

Funny that the CDC did a complete 180° earlier this month on draconian measures.

“CDC is now advocating for taking personal responsibility and for everyone to decide for themselves “which prevention behaviors to use and when (at all times or at specific times), based on their own risk for severe illness and that of members of their household, their risk tolerance, and setting-specific factors”


When will the USA follow suit