This just in: China and Victoria in Australia are the latest additions to the list of places Singapore is unilaterally opening its borders to. This means that all travellers (leisure or business) from both destinations will be able to enter Singapore and not be quarantined, only if they pass a Covid-19 test upon arrival. The same applies to Singapore citizens, permanent residents and long-term pass holders returning from these two areas.
Travellers from China and Victoria in Australia can apply for an air travel pass to enter Singapore from noon on Friday, October 30, and will be able to enter Singapore from November 6. They join those that have previously been approved from Singapore to travel to the city-state for leisure, including Brunei, New Zealand, Vietnam, and the other regions of Australia. This move is the latest of the string of measures to reopen Singapore's borders and revive Changi Airport as an air hub.
Getting confused by now? Don't fret, let us break it down for you. Here's a running list of all the locations which Singapore has made travel arrangements with.