14-days Stay Home Notice required again for travellers entering Singapore from Japan

14-days Stay Home Notice required again for travellers entering Singapore from Japan

Due to the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Japan, a Stay-Home Notice (SHN) of 14 days at a designated facility will again be imposed on all travellers entering Singapore from Japan in any case.

All travellers entering Singapore after 11:59pm on 22 November 2020 who have a SHN in Japan within the past 14 days will be required to have a SHN in the designated facility.

Those with a history of the stay must receive 14 days of SHN at a designated STAY HOME NOTICE facility. (At one time, a stay at home option was available for the return of a resident astronaut, but this is no longer allowed.)

Information on the Embassy of Japan (updated November 20, 2020)

Official information from the Singapore government (from the MOM/Ministry of Manpower page)

How to get into Singapore


We offer the following services in spite of the difficulties in entering Singapore.
Online food business meeting
Food and food-related field study
Taste Survey
Mystery Shopper
Questionnaire Survey of Singaporeans and Japanese living in Singapore
Media PR (from press release writing to online events)
Although 80% of our business is in the field of food, please contact us for more information on other fields.
Please contact us at info@alchemist.sg


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