Border restrictions will be lifted for visitors from Australia and Vietnam from October 8 onwards, said the Civil Aviation Authoriy Singapore (CAAS) earlier today (September 30).
However, those incoming from the Australian state of Victoria will be denied entry.
Which effectively means visitors from Brunei, New Zealand, Vietnam and Australia are allowed into Signapore so far.
CAAS said that Vietnam hasn’t had local cases over the past 28 days; while Australia’s local cases were just 0.02 per 100,000 people (excluding the Victorians).
Visitors arriving in Singapore have to obtain an Air Travel Pass before landing in Singapore, and it must be obtained between 7 to 30 days before they want to land on our shores.
Upon arrival, a swab test will bew conducted and they will only be allowed access to the country if their result is negative, they then do not require to serve a 14-day Stay-Home notice.
They will also be required to use the TraceTogether app.