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Singapore welcomes vaccinated travelers from India.

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According to Singapore’s travel guide, Indian passengers can skip quarantine as long as they submit proof of vaccination through an app like CoWin.
Singapore is set to remove quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated Indians from 29 November under the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL). Singapore will start accepting Vaccinated Tourist Card (VTP) requests from Indian travelers from 22 November
The decision to resume travel without quarantine was made following discussions between the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
According to Singapore travel guide, passengers from India can skip quarantine provided they submit proof of vaccination through an app like CoWin.
They will instead be required to present a negative pre-departure test taken within two days of departure and undergo a PCR test upon arrival, he said.
As of November 12, India started to recognize immunization certificates issued by Singapore.
Singapore’s Ministry of Health has also updated its public health assessment and will upgrade India to Category 2 from 19 November.
Category 2 classification means a country with a similar incidence of COVID19 or lower than Singapore and other VTL countries.
In addition, visitors from Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates will be able to enter Singapore from December 6, as part of a further extension of the VTL programme.
Applications for short-term visitors and long-term pass holders will begin on November 22 for visitors from India and Indonesia, while visitors from Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates will be able to apply from November 29. Immunizations will not be required if they are traveling through the VTL.

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