singapore india travel bubble: Singapore will not Quarantine Vaccinated Indians from November 29: Singapore will not quarantine Indian travelers from November 29
Singapore is planning to allow fully immunized travelers from India and Indonesia to be quarantined from November 29. This will help Singapore regain its status as an international connectivity hub. According to the news of Channel News Asia, currently there are 13 countries including Canada, Australia and Germany which come under the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) of Singapore.
Discount can be available from November 29
Strait Times has reported that travelers coming from India and Indonesia will be able to step into Singapore from November 29 under the Quarantine Free Travel Scheme. In addition, passengers from Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates will be able to enter Singapore under the VTL scheme from December 6.
Under VTL, passengers are not given home stay (separate accommodation) notice upon arrival in Singapore. Instead they will have to submit the test report of the test done within two days before leaving for the journey and on arrival they will have to undergo a PCR test.
Singapore minister confirmed
Speaking at the COVID-19 Multi-Ministerial Task Force press conference on Monday, Transport Minister S Easwaran said Singapore and India are considering mutual recognition of vaccination certificates. India has started recognizing vaccination certificates by Singapore from 12th November.
The Singapore Civil Aviation Authority said in a release that a one-stage expansion of VTL allows it to “restore air travel safety without compromising public health” and give Singapore the status of an international aviation hub with global connectivity. But it will help to claim and get it again.
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