Singapore-India VTL to start with six daily flights from Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai


Short-term guests and long-term go holders should apply for a VTP to enter Singapore below the VTL.  VTP purposes for travellers from Indonesia and Malaysia will open on Nov 22 at 10am Singapore time. Applications for travellers from Finland, India and Sweden will open the identical day at 6pm Singapore time.  “Travellers from these countries will not be able to apply for a VTP earlier (than the stated time),” CAAS mentioned.  The authority added that VTP purposes will open for these intending to enter Singapore from Nov 29 to Jan 21, 2022.  However, it “strongly encouraged” those that intend to enter Singapore after Dec 1 to apply after Nov 24. “All short-term visitors and long-term pass holders who meet the requirements of the VTL, will receive a VTP,” it mentioned. To facilitate the applying course of, VTP candidates ought to have their passport and digital proof of vaccination available. They also needs to know the handle of the place they intend to self-isolate whereas ready for the outcomes of their on-arrival COVID-19 polymerase chain response (PCR) check, CAAS mentioned. Travellers who require a visa for journey to Singapore ought to apply for his or her visa individually and solely after their VTP is accepted, CAAS mentioned.  “They must also purchase travel insurance, with a minimum coverage of S$30,000 for COVID-19-related medical treatment and hospitalisation costs, prior to travel to Singapore. In Singapore, these visitors must also use the TraceTogether app to facilitate contact tracing,” the authority added. 

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