April 26, 2022 | By Bronwen Largier

Singapore has eased several pandemic measures as cases fall in the South East Asian city-state.

Fully-vaccinated travellers from anywhere in the world are no longer required to undertake a pre-departure test before travelling to Singapore, as of 1am today, Singapore time, making it easier for business events travellers to enter one of the world’s top MICE destinations.

The city is also removing the requirement for attendees of events with 500 or fewer people to be fully vaccinated and removing the 75 per cent capacity limit for events over 1,000 attendees, providing masks are worn.

Singapore is also easing its safe distancing requirements, which mandated 1m distancing between groups of 10 people.

Vaccination requirements have also been removed from a number of other settings, except for food and beverage establishments and nightlife venues. Night clubs where dancing takes place are also required to continue to follow a 75 per cent capacity limit.