Norway Category III country

Norway Cat III country from 23:59 (hours) on 6 Dec - SHN period increases to 10 days

From 6 December, 23:59 hours, Norway is placed in a higher-risk category (Category III) for travel due to Singapore's strengthening of precautionary measures against the Omicron variant. Travellers arriving Singapore from Norway will be subject to 10 days of SHN (travel quarantine) at their residence, with other household members, regardless of their vaccination status or travel history. NB! Work Pass holders and Long-Term Visit Pass holders still need an entry approval issued by Ministry of Manpower (MOM) to travel to Singapore. Borders are still closed for regular Short-Term Visitors/tourists from Norway.

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PRESS RELEASE MOH: Strengthening our precautionary measures against the Omicron variant

The new SHN advisory is stated in Immigration & Checkpoints Authority Singapore’s Travel Checklist - Category (III) which takes you through all the steps before, under, and after travelling to Singapore from Norway (Category III country).

In short – these are the changes you need to be aware of when travelling from Norway to Singapore (with effect from 6 December 2021, 23:59 hours):

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.

List of Category III countries and travel and border measures for each category: Travel Health Control Measures (Category I, II,III,IV)

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