Mask Wearing and Entry Requirements for Singapore (COVID-19 related)

Please read this information BEFORE you register for this conference! This information was compiled using information available on the ICA (Immigration & Checkpoint Authority) website and was compiled on 14 August 2022. All delegates are responsible for double checking the requirements directly on the ICA website prior to travel in order to ensure that they have the latest information. WCA will not be held responsible for any complications resulting in your failure to check for the latest information.

ICA Official Website:

For fully vaccinated visitors

No entry approvals, pre-departure tests, on-arrival tests, or and quarantine required.

*Fully vaccinated and non-fully vaccinated children aged 12 and below by year of birth will be allowed to enter Singapore

Your pre-departure checklist:

  • Obtain proof of vaccination and upload vaccination certificate onto the Vaccination Check Portal
  • Secure tickets for any flight to Singapore
  • 3 days before departure: Submit SG Arrival Card and e-health declaration via the official and free e-service on the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) website
For non-fully vaccinated visitors

Currently, non-fully vaccinated short-term visitors are generally not allowed entry into Singapore except visitors with other valid entry approval (e.g. for compassionate reasons).
Your pre-departure checklist:

  • Obtain entry permissions: Submit an application here
  • 2 days before departure: Take a COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) or professionally-administered Antigen Rapid Test (ART)
  • Upon arrival: Undergo a 7-day Stay Home Notice (SHN) at any pre-booked accommodation
  • After completion of SHN: Undergo a PCR test
COVID-19 Measures in Singapore (13 August 2022)

Mask Wearing

  • Mask wearing is optional outdoors, but currently mandatory when indoors (ie. shopping malls, subways, taxis, etc.), except when eating or drinking.
  • As of 17 August 2022, masks will still be required to be worn during the conference including during one-on-one meetings, but this restriction is expected to be lifted by 1 January 2023.


  • Dine-in is only allowed for fully vaccinated persons.  This includes F&B establishments, hawker centers, and coffee shops.

For more information please visit the ICA official website: