Norway Cat II country from 12 October 2021, 23:59 hours

Singapore has adjusted the entry and quarantine regulations from 12 October 2021, 23:59 hours, for travellers arriving Singapore from Norway. ICA (Immigration & Checkpoints Authority Singapore) has a Travel Checklist to help you keep track on all the steps necessary to take before, under, and after your travel. NB! Work Pass holders and Long-Term Visit Pass holders still need an entry approval issued by Ministry of Manpower (MOM) in order to travel to Singapore. Borders are still closed for regular Short-Term Visitors/tourists from Category II countries.

| Embassy - COVID-19 / Travel Information

From 12 October 2021, 23:59 hours, Norway is classified as a Category II country by Singapore - advancing from the current classification as a Category III country. Travellers from Category II countries serve a 7-day SHN (travel quarantine) compared with 10 days for Category III countries.

The Embassy does not, as of now, have any information about plans for further extending of Vaccinated Travel Lanes to other European countries. The recent steps taken by Singapore towards special border measures for some selected destinations, including Denmark, offers hope for future ease of travel while living with COVID-19. The Norwegian Embassy hopes that other countries, including Norway, may be granted similar arrangements in the future.

READ here for the Travel Checklist - Category(II) which will take you through all the steps before, under, and after travelling to Singapore from a Category II country.

NB! If the traveller visits or transits through countries/regions in different categories, the most stringent set of requirements among those countries/regions will apply.

READ here for the travel and border measures for each Category: Travel Health Control Measures (Category I/II/III/IV)

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