The world did not start 2022 as smoothly as the New Year's wishes had hoped, and the celebratory fireworks that should have accompanied the New Year were silenced by the sudden arrival of the Omicron mutant strain, which sent the world into turmoil at the start of 2022. On January 3, the United States reported 1 million COVID-19 infections in a single day for the first time, and the positive rate of COVID-19 detection in New York was as high as 33%. On January 4, a record 270,000 new cases were diagnosed in a single day in France, across the Atlantic.


【Policies for China】

The Chinese Embassy in the United States has updated its "strictest ever" pre-trip testing policy on January 4, following the massive meltdown of flights between the United States and China. In broad terms, the policy reads as follows:

Starting December 23, 2020, Chinese and foreign passengers departing from the United States on flights to China should be sampled and tested at the designated facility at the departure point of the flight, submit the test certificate and other documents online to the appropriate embassy or consulate in the United States, apply for a health code, and check in for boarding within the validity period.

【Entry Policy】

The U.S. White House has announced that travel restrictions will be imposed on eight African countries - South Africa, Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and Malawi - beginning November 29, 2021 EST, and that non-U.S. citizens and permanent residents who have spent 14 days in these countries prior to their arrival in the U.S. will be restricted from entering the country.

Effective December 6, 2021, new entry measures will be implemented that require proof of nucleic acid testing within 24 hours prior to boarding for all entrants regardless of citizenship status, and all foreign national travelers (excluding U.S. citizens) must be fully vaccinated with the new vaccine before entering the United States.


【Policies for China】

On 31 December 2021, the Chinese Embassy in the UK issued a supplementary notice on the application of health code for inactivated vaccine recipients. The notice requires that from 6 January 2022, the dual nucleic acid and antibody test for the application of health code for inactivated vaccine recipients departing from the UK to China will be adjusted to a dual nucleic acid test. The key elements are as follows:

For those who depart from the UK after 0:00 hours on 6 January 2022 and have received the inactivated vaccine, the 48-hour pre-trip double test will be changed from PCR nucleic acid and IgM antibody testing to two PCR nucleic acid tests, referred to as "double nucleic acid".

Both nucleic acid tests must be carried out at the designated institution, and the person going to China can choose to be tested separately at two different institutions or to have two samples taken at the same institution, depending on his or her circumstances.

With the implementation of the new rules, those who have received inactivated vaccines in full will be required to submit a dual nucleic acid test report with negative results and proof of vaccination when applying for a health code.

The policy on applying for a health code remains unchanged for those departing from the UK before 0:00 hours on 6 January 2022 and for those departing from the UK after 0:00 hours on 6 January 2022 but who have not been vaccinated or have received inactivated vaccines.

【Entry Policy】 

Prime Minister Johnson announced on 27 November 2021 a tightened immigration policy whereby all travellers entering the UK will be required to undergo a nucleic acid test and self-quarantine until a negative test result is reported.

From 12:00 pm local time on 26 December 2021, the UK has placed six African countries on the red list, including South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland, while suspending flights from these countries into the UK.


【Policies for China】

The situation of theCOVID-19 in Canada has become more serious recently, and the number of confirmed cases imported from Canada to China continues to increase significantly. According to the official website of the Chinese Embassy in Canada on January 3, in order to strengthen the prevention and control of the epidemic and to ensure the health and safety of travellers to China, according to the relevant domestic regulations, all persons travelling from Canada to China on direct flights on or after January 14, 2022 must add one nucleic acid test on the 7th day before boarding (e.g. for the 14th day flight, one additional nucleic acid test must be added on the 7th day), and after the test, self-close loop management and fill in the 7-day Self-health monitoring form.

Within 2 days prior to boarding, you will be required to undergo a "double test" for nucleic acid and serum antibodies and submit 2 negative nucleic acid tests, a negative serum antibody test and a self-health monitoring form to the relevant Canadian Embassy or Consulate to apply for a Green Health Code. All tests must be carried out at a testing facility designated by the Embassy or Consulate General in Canada.

【Entry Policy】

The Canadian government has announced that effective December 21, 2021, all travellers will be required to undergo another nucleic acid test prior to entering Canada. Fully vaccinated Canadian citizens and permanent residents will also be required to provide proof of a negative nucleic acid test when returning to Canada for short trips outside the country of less than 72 hours.

The way it is currently implemented in Canada is that random tests are done for nucleic acid and those who are selected need to do the accounting at the airport, while those who are not selected receive a test kit from the staff and then video self-test with a health care professional afterwards.


【Policies for China】 

Chinese and foreign passengers travelling to China from France, whether flying directly from France or transiting from a third country, must undergo a nucleic acid test for the COVID-19 nucleic acid test and a serum-specific lgM antibody test at a designated institution in France within 2 days prior to registration and apply for a green health code at the Chinese Embassy or Consulate in France.

On 29 December 2021, the official website of the Chinese Embassy in France reminded passengers travelling to China to pay close attention to flight changes. In particular, travellers coming to France from third countries should pay close attention to the latest flight situation and check the status of their flights with their airlines in advance.

【Entry Policy】

The French government has divided the world into four zones: green, orange, red and bright red according to the epidemic situation, and China belongs to the orange zone. According to the latest notification issued by the French government, in order to deal with the COVID-19 and its variants, from 4 December 2021, the new rules for entry into France from the orange zone are as follows:

Vaccinated persons are required to provide proof of vaccination, proof of negative nucleic acid test (PCR) or negative antigen test (TAG) within 48 hours and sign an Undertaking to Comply with the entry Policy when boarding the aircraft.

The unvaccinated person must provide proof of a negative nucleic acid test (PCR) or a negative antigen test (TAG) within 48 hours of boarding the aircraft, sign a travel form with the option "Reasons for urgency", an "Undertaking to comply with the entry policy" and quarantine themselves for 7 days after arrival in France, after which they will be tested for nucleic acid.

New Zealand

【Policies for China】

According to the official website of the Chinese Embassy in New Zealand, from 10 December 2020, Chinese and foreign passengers departing from New Zealand on flights to China must apply for a health code or health status declaration with a negative nucleic acid test for COVID-19 and a negative serum specific IgM antibody test (double negative certificate) within 2 days before boarding. Passengers who do not have a valid health code or declaration of health status will be denied boarding.

For vaccinated persons, the "double test" can only be carried out 14 days after the completion of the vaccination, otherwise the health code will not be validated.

Those vaccinated in China can apply for vaccination certificate through the international version of epidemic prevention health code:

【Entry Policy】

The New Zealand Government announced on 24 November local time that from mid-February 2022, the 3 stages of Intensive quarantine (MIQ) will no longer be required for entry into New Zealand, but all incoming travellers will still be required to self-quarantine for 7 days and arrival is subject to a negative COVID-19 test. From 30 April 2022, New Zealand will be reopened to all fully vaccinated foreigners.


【Policy for China】 

On 31 December, the Chinese Embassy in Singapore issued the latest notice! The repatriation process has been relaxed! To briefly summarise, the key points of this adjustment are these (effective from 3 January):

People who have received inactivated vaccines/combined inactivated and non-inactivated vaccines do not need to have a serum IgM test when they return home! Now only 2 nucleic acid tests are required for return, 1 of which needs to be done at Raffles or Parkway;

The observation period for persons with confirmed recovery from a COVID-19 has been reduced from the original 3 months to about 1½ months (6 weeks);

The quarantine closure time before flying has been reduced from the original 14 days to the current 7 days.

【Entry Policy】

With effect from 3 December, air passengers from all countries entering or transiting through Singapore will be required to undergo the COVID-19 Test within 2 days prior to departure and have a negative result.

With effect from 7 December, all travellers, including land-based VTL and all travellers passing through the Vaccinator Passage (VTL), will be required to undergo daily COVID-19 tests for 7 consecutive days upon entry into Singapore. These are 3 nucleic acid tests (PCR) and 4 rapid antigen tests (ART).

In particular, ART testing is carried out on days 2, 4, 5 and 6 after entry and needs to be reported, with negative test results before departure.

South Korea

【Policies for China】

Starting from December 1, 2020, Chinese and foreign passengers travelling from Korea to China must undergo a nucleic acid test for COVID-19 and a serum specific IgM antibody test within 2 days prior to boarding the plane, and apply for a green health code with the "HS" or "HDC" logo from the Chinese Embassy or Consulate in Korea with a double negative certificate. Green Health Code with "HS" or "HDC" logo to the Chinese Embassy or Consulate in Korea before boarding the aircraft.

From 0:00 on 1 December, the practice of travelling directly with the original test report will no longer be implemented, but with a green health code issued by the embassy or consulate with the "HS" or "HDC" logo. From 0:00 on December 6,, the practice of taking one nucleic acid test + one antibody test and applying for a health code will be standardised.

【Entry Policy】

In order to prevent the importation of the Omicron strain, the Korean epidemic prevention authorities decided on December 29 to extend the ban on the entry of foreigners with short-term visas from 11 countries and regions, including South Africa, for another four weeks until February 3, 2022, and to increase the number of nucleic acid tests required for Korean citizens and foreigners with long-term visas from three to four before and after entry.

At the same time, from 13 January 2022, the criteria for a negative nucleic acid test to be submitted prior to entry will be further enhanced to shorten the time between the nucleic acid test and entry


【Policies for China】

According to the website of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan, the certificate of vaccination for the COVID-19 vaccination in Japan has adopted a new format and will be issued electronically. The Chinese Embassy in Japan reminds passengers who have completed their vaccinations in Japan that if your municipality has adopted the new version of the COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate, you can apply for a health code with the paper or electronic version of the "Certificate of Vaccination for Overseas and Domestic Use". The old paper certificate is still valid and does not need to be reissued.

Other policies on applications to China remain unchanged, please refer to the "Updated Policy Notice on Health Code to China" issued by the Chinese Embassy in Japan on 13 September 2021.

【Entry Policy】

Since the world's first discovery of the Omicron strain in late November 2021, Japan has quickly tightened its soon to be relaxed immigration measures, banning foreign students, business people and others from entering the country for one month.

The number of confirmed cases in Japan reached 1,268 in a single day on January 4, according to data compiled by Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK). The outbreak in Japan has rebounded from a fall in December last year.

At a press conference on the afternoon of January 4, Kishida said that he would adjust the current measures against the Omicron mutant strain to maintain the current entry measures while shifting the focus from strengthening entry controls to strengthening the response to indigenous infections.

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Recently AmCham Shanghai announced the launch of US-China Fast-Track Travel Channel Program (the “Program”).  The Program should allow for businesspeople and their families to more easily travel to and from China.

The Program aims to provide a more efficient, predictable, and reliable channel for essential US company executives, technical personnel, and their dependents to enter China. This Program will enable qualified member companies to apply for a PU, or permission letter from their local municipality and receive a reduced processing time and an increased likelihood of approval. Employees can then apply for a visa from their appropriate overseas Chinese embassy or consulate.

AmCham Shanghai American company employees and their dependents who have an urgent need and necessity to enter China can participate in the program. The company must be registered in Shanghai and hold a valid business license in China (“营业执照”). Individual applicants do not need to be American or currently located in the United States. Member companies can also apply on behalf of contractors or business contacts who need to travel to China to support their business.

AmCham Shanghai will provide a cover letter and relevant materials to the Shanghai Foreign Affairs Office (FAO) to expedite the PU letter issuance process. As part of the program, companies will submit the information directly to the Shanghai FAO (bypassing the district FAOs), reducing PU letter issuance time to approximately 5-10 business days. The Shanghai FAO oversees the PU letter issuance process and will make the final determination on PU letter approvals and processing times. Processing times and issuance of PU letters are not guaranteed.

Applicant Checklist

Before beginning the process of applying to use the Fast Track Travel Channel Program, we recommend you do a careful self-assessment on whether you would qualify. To qualify applicants must meet the following requirements:

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The implementation period of preferential individual income tax policies on subsidies for foreign individuals shall be extended to December 31, 2023.

Why do Foreign Talents Love Shanghai?

Shanghai Pioneers Fast Pass on Foreign Talents Remuneration Foreign Exchange

Since its launch across Shanghai, the Fast Pass on the Foreign Talents Remuneration Foreign Exchange has benefited a total of 798 foreign talents and 275 employers. After the Online Approval for Foreigner’s Work Permit in China (Version 4.0) was released in March 2021, altogether 111,563 applications have been handled, with 237,591 telephone calls for consultations and 36 foreign science and technology talents have been exempted from providing certificates of no criminal record.

As is reported, the Online Approval for Foreigner’s Work Permit in China (Version 4.0) has offered more convenience to attract more foreign science and technology talents for innovation and entrepreneurship in Shanghai. For example, limits in terms of age, academic degree or work experience have been further relaxed, a “Notice + Pledge” System for those with No Criminal Record has been adopted, and application for Confirmation Letter for Foreign High-end Talents by foreign researchers of research teams is supported. 

Take a German technical staff in SAP China Co., Ltd., who has benefited from the new policy, as an example. His employer is included in Shanghai sci-tech innovation occupation list, while he, an UI technology enterprise architect, is an urgently needed science and technology talent for the development of the enterprise. Therefore, he enjoys the green channel under the “Notice + Pledge” System, which has brought great convenience for the employer and himself in his application for a work permit.

The Science and Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality (Shanghai Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs) and the State Administration of Foreign Exchange’s Shanghai Branch have worked together to pioneer the Fast Pass on Foreign Talents Remuneration Foreign Exchange, including the proposed namesake form, to offer foreign talents access to convenient and efficient financial services. Since its launch across Shanghai from March 2021, the Fast Pass on the Foreign Talents Remuneration Foreign Exchange has benefited a total of 798 foreign talents and 275 employers. As many corporate HR departments and foreign talents said, this service has saved them many troubles, simplifying procedures for employers like printing the statements of salary, preparing tax bills, photocopying contracts, and stamping certificates, and greatly reducing the time of foreign talents handling businesses in the bank.

It is also essential to build a good exchange platform for foreign talents. This year, the Foreign Talents in Shanghai Salon attracted 30 high-level foreign experts in Shanghai from 14 countries. The pleasant salon allows experts to join a larger community in Shanghai to break the barriers between disciplines and fields, giving way to cooperation opportunities.

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Recently, the Omicron COVID-19 variant has been on the rise. In order to strengthen precautions, many countries/regions have announced that they have strengthened some of their epidemic prevention policies from recent days, with updated entry measures and quarantine requirements. The Omicron COVID-19 variant is still a lot of uncertainty, may also lead to new changes in policy, the following policy information is for reference only, we still need to pay close attention to the latest developments in each country before traveling!



Canada has announced: restrictions on travellers from the following 10 countries. All foreigners who have passed through South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Swatini, Mozambique, Nigeria, Malawi and the Egyptian column within the last 14 days will be barred from entering Canada.

Canada's current entry policy加拿大目前的入境政策

1. Be fully vaccinated, i.e. have received one of the full range of vaccines or combinations of vaccines approved by Health Canada at least 14 days prior to entry into Canada; or be eligible for an entry exemption.

1. 完全接种疫苗,即在入境加拿大至少14天前,接种了由加拿大卫生部批准的全系列的某个疫苗或疫苗组合;或有入境豁免资格。

2. A negative nucleic acid test result within 72 hours prior to flight departure needs to be presented, otherwise you will be denied boarding.

2. 需要出示航班起飞前72小时内核酸检测阴性结果,否则将被拒绝登机。

3. No current COVID-19 symptoms.

3. 当前没有任何COVID-19症状。

4. Submit mandatory entry information in advance via ArriveCAN (app or website), including proof of vaccination and 14-day quarantine plan in English or French.

4. 提前通过ArriveCAN(APP或网站)提交强制的入境信息,包括英语或法语的疫苗接种证明和14天隔离计划。

Also, as of January 15, 2022, those currently enjoying a restriction exemption, including international students over the age of 18, will also be required to be fully vaccinated with specified vaccines to enter Canada at that time.


As of November 30, 2021, the Canadian government will expand the list of approved vaccines to recognize two domestically produced vaccines, Kexin and Sinopharm.


Vaccines currently approved by the federal government of Canada include the following:


● Janssen强生

● Pfizer瑞辉

● Moderna莫德纳

● AstraZeneca阿斯利康

Note that starting in December, in addition to proof of negative nucleic acid, proof of vaccination completion may be required to board a flight or you will not be able to board.


In addition, as of November 30, those who have been vaccinated in Canada and have returned to Canada may be required to receive another "booster" upon arrival in Ontario, or they may be barred from travelling by air or train.


In addition, fully vaccinated individuals who re-enter the country within 72 hours of leaving Canada will not be required to undergo pre-entry nucleic acid testing. For travel abroad beyond 72 hours, full vaccination will be required for any re-entry from outside of Canada beginning November 30. This exemption applies only to fully vaccinated Canadian citizens, permanent residents travelling from Canada. This exemption also applies to accompanying children under the age of 12 and individuals with medical contraindications to vaccination.


United States

美国Reinstatement of the geo-travel ban. Since 29 November, the United States has banned foreigners from entering the United States from eight African countries: South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland, Mozambique and Malawi.

For non-U.S. citizens and non-U.S. immigrants对于非美国公民和非美国移民

Non-U.S. citizens, non-U.S. immigrants (who are not U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals, lawful permanent residents, or who entered the U.S. on an immigrant visa), must be fully immunized before flying to the U.S., unless you qualify for an exemption from showing proof of immunization. Proof of a negative nucleic acid test and proof of vaccination within three days prior to boarding is also required.


For U.S. citizens and U.S. legal permanent residents对于美国公民和美国合法永久居民

U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents of the United States must be fully vaccinated and carry proof of vaccination, as well as proof of a negative nucleic acid test within three days prior to boarding. If not fully vaccinated, proof of a negative nucleic acid test within one day prior to boarding is required.


In addition, the Biden administration intends to develop stricter virus testing and independent quarantine requirements for all incoming travelers, including U.S. citizens, and violators are likely to face fines or criminal liability. This is the first time since the outbreak of the epidemic, the United States for travelers to enter the virus testing and independent quarantine requirements to offer penalties.




The Australian government has announced that the country will be reopened to technicians, the international student community, humanitarian and working holiday makers from December 1.


However, due to concerns about this mutation of the new strain of Omicron, the Australian government has announced that it has postponed the scheduled reopening of the country's borders from December 1 to December 15. At the same time, plans to reopen for travellers from Japan and South Korea will also be suspended until 15 December.


Prime Minister Morrison said: "The temporary delay in the open door program will ensure Australia can gather information about the new strain of Omicron and better understand this new strain, as well as including the efficacy of existing vaccines against it, and the speed of transmission. It is believed that a safer Australia will be reopened to everyone on December 15, once the Government has done its security assessment.


Australia's current entry policy澳洲目前的入境政策

Australia's borders are currently closed to travellers, with the exception of fully vaccinated Australian citizens, permanent residents and immediate family members, and fully vaccinated green channel travellers from New Zealand and Singapore.


All travellers arriving in Australia will be required to have proof of a negative PCR test and complete an Australian Traveller's Declaration form detailing their vaccination status and confirming compliance with local state and territory public health requirements.


In addition to this, under state public health requirements: NSW and Victoria have initiated COVID testing and 72-hour quarantine requirements for Australian citizens, permanent residents and immediate family members entering the country. In other states, a 14-day managed quarantine is required and the passenger limit is set.




The UK has reported two confirmed cases of the Omicron variant on Saturday, November 27. To slow the spread of the variant in the UK, the government has put in place measures to tackle the variant, including mandatory mask wearing in shops and on public transport in England.


The UK has continuously updated its red list for entry following the discovery of a new variant of the virus. As of 27 November, 10 new red list countries have been added: South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Angola, Mozambique, Malawi and Zambia.


The latest red list has been in effect since 4am on 28 November and British citizens entering the above red list countries will be required to return home and be quarantined in hotels at their own expense, while non-British citizens will not be allowed to enter the UK from the above countries.


Current UK entry policy英国目前的入境政策

The UK requires that all travellers arriving in the UK will be required to undergo a mandatory COVID-19 PCR test the day after arrival and must self-quarantine until a negative test result is provided.

英国要求所有抵达英国的旅行者都将被要求在抵达后的第二天进行强制性的COVID-19 PCR检测,并且必须自我隔离,直到提供阴性检测结果。

If someone tests positive for the Omicron variant, their close contacts must self-quarantine for 10 days, whether they are fully vaccinated or not. However, if the close contacts are fully vaccinated, they may be exempt from quarantine.




To prevent the spread of the Omicron virus, Ireland reinstated the COVID-19 testing requirement for all persons entering the country from 3 December for a temporary period of 2 weeks.


Arriving travellers will be required to undergo a PCR nucleic acid test within 72 hours prior to travel to Ireland or a professional antigen test within the first 48 hours with proof of a negative result, whether vaccinated or not. The requirement for a negative test applies to all arrivals, including those from the UK.


It is important to note that antigen test results completed on your own will not be recognized, so please visit a qualified COVID-19 testing center for testing.


The Department for Transport is in discussion with airlines and ferry companies to ensure that certified antigen testing or PCR testing is carried out before people board a flight or ship to Ireland.




The European Union decided on the 26th to activate the "emergency brake" mechanism by suspending flights to and from seven countries in southern Africa. These seven countries include South Africa, Mozambique, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland.


Greece: Travellers from non-southern countries may travel to Greece only for important reasons and with special permission from the Embassy. A 10-day quarantine is required upon entry.


France: from 4 December, all UK travellers entering France will be required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test (regardless of vaccination status).


Portugal: All travellers entering Portugal must have a PCR or lateral flow LFT test in advance.


Spain: British travellers over the age of 12 who have not been vaccinated are banned from entering Portugal.

西班牙:禁止12岁以上未接种过疫苗的英国旅客入境葡萄牙。Switzerland: all UK entrants, regardless of vaccination status, are required to be quarantined for 10 days.




The Japanese government has announced that the entry of travelers and foreign students from all over the world will be stopped from November 30. The Government hopes to prevent the spread of the virus in Japan by strengthening the virus surveillance system.


he temporary ban on entry is for a period of one month. If the COVID-19 is unable to break through the existing herd immunity, Japan will cease the ban on entry from 1 December, while extending the quarantine period after entry again to 14 days, from the previously shortened period of 3 days.该项临时禁止入境措施的期限为一个月。如果新冠变种病毒




In order to prevent the entry of Omicron mutant strains into Thailand, the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has recently issued a notice banning passengers from eight risky African countries, namely Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Zimbabwe and South Africa, from entering Thailand as of 1 December. And since November 27, the issuance of entry permits to travellers from the above countries has been stopped. Passengers from the above-mentioned countries who have already entered the country must be quarantined for a period of 14 days.


In addition, for visitors from other African countries, entry is still possible under the prescribed measures from now until 14 December, and from 15 December, the entry measures have been adjusted as follows:


1. No entry in Test and Go mode;

1.不得以Test and Go模式入境;

2. No entry in the sandbox mode;


3. 14 days of quarantine in a government-regulated quarantine facility after entry.


On 29 November, the Thai Ministry of Health again adjusted the aforementioned regulations and decided to advance the effective date of implementing the quarantine measure for tourists from other African countries from the previously announced 15 December to 5 December, while the Ministry is also considering lifting the ban on entry of tourists from the aforementioned eight countries, provided that tourists entering from the aforementioned eight countries are quarantined.




Singapore tightened its immigration policy to prevent Omicron.


From 23:59pm on 2 December, all air passengers arriving in Singapore, including those coming from Group 1 countries/regions, must be tested for coronary disease within 2 days prior to departure and have a negative result before being allowed to board.


This tightening measure will last for one month, but the Singapore government will consider extending the epidemic prevention measures if necessary.


And Singapore lists Group I countries/regions, including Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Passengers arriving from Group II, III and IV countries, non-vaccinated channel, are required to undergo PCR testing upon entry. Passengers arriving in Singapore via the Air VTL programme are required to undergo ART testing at the Rapid Test Centre on day 3 and day 7 after arrival. No additional ART testing is required for passengers entering Singapore via the Singapore-Malaysia Land VTL. If necessary, the Singapore Government will implement additional vaccination measures.


This means that when entering Singapore from China, an additional nucleic acid test is required 2 days prior to entry and only if the test result is negative.


The entry policies of each country are constantly adjusted, so be sure to keep up with the policy changes and prepare in advance to make sure you are protected.各个国家的入境政策会不断调整,大家一定要及时关注政策变化,并提前做好准备,务必做好防护。
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