Latest Travel Rules for Switzerland and Singapore

Flying to Switzerland or Singapore soon? Then, here is some good news for you!


Switzerland’s State Secretariat of Migration (SEM) is all set to lift the current COVID-19-related entry restrictions from 2nd May. Following this, Switzerland will be fully open for visitors.

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Currently, all travellers are required to carry a vaccination or recovery certificate to enter the country. From 2nd May, this rule will be scrapped. 

Only the general travel rules that were applicable before the pandemic will apply. For instance, travellers will only need to carry a valid visa and a passport. 

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As of 26th April, i.e. today, Singapore will be removing the requirement for fully-vaccinated travellers to take a pre-departure COVID-19 test. They only need to carry a valid vaccination certificate. 

If any passenger is symptomatic on arrival, they will be directed to take a test or comply with other requirements, as instructed by the authorities.

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