Health Clearance requirements for entry between Batam and Singapore during COVID-19

Entry Requirement for visitor entering Batam

Indonesia Government has banned all leisure short term traveller entering Batam.

Only those that meet the requirement below are allow to enter.

  • Holders of limited stay permit cards (KITAS) and permanent residence permit cards (KITAP) 
  • Holders of diplomatic residence permits (izin tinggal diplomatik) and official residence permits (izin tinggal dinas)
  • Medical and food aid and support personnel 
  • Sea, air and land transportation crew members 
  • Foreigners working on national strategic projects 

The aforementioned categories of foreign nationals would still need to meet the following requirements: 

  • Possess a health certificate in English issued by the health authority of their country
  • No travel history to COVID-19 affected countries/regions in the 14 days prior to entry into Indonesia 
  • Be prepared/willing to be quarantined for 14 days by the Indonesian authorities
  • Travellers without health certificates, or with health certificates issued more than 7 days prior, or whose health certificates do not include a negative PCR test result, will have to undergo a COVID-19 test on arrival. Those who test positive will be sent to local hospitals. Those with non-reactive results will be referred to quarantine facilities for PCR testing. The individual will have to bear all subsequent quarantine fees and charges.

Entry Requirement for entering Singapore

Please be informed that effective on 27th March 2020, all travelers must now submit the electronic health declaration before entering Singapore, using the SG Arrival Card e-Service. You can do so up to three (3) days before your arrival in Singapore.
 
This applies to ALL travelers namely  Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents, Long-Term Pass holders (Student’s Pass, Dependant’s Pass and Long-Term Visit Pass), Work Pass holders.
 
For details, visit their website or download the SG Arrival Card App for free on Google Play or Apple App Store.
 
Health Clearance Requirements:
 

From 16 March 2020, all short-term visitors who are nationals of any ASEAN, namely Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam must submit requisite information on their health condition for clearance before their intended date of travel into Singapore.

All applicants from ASEAN Countries besides Singapore must ensure that their applications have been approved by Singapore’s Ministry of Health (MOH) before their travel to Singapore.
 
Approved applications will be verified by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officers at the Singapore checkpoints. Short-term visitors who arrive in Singapore without the necessary approval, or proof of address they are staying where they will serve the 14-day Stay-Home Notice (SHN), or do not meet prevailing entry requirements, will be denied entry into Singapore.
 
All nationals of ASEAN countries are advised to obtain the approved health clearance from the Singapore Ministry of Health before making their travel bookings.
 
Where to submit the Health Clearance Application?
 
Those intending to visit Singapore are to submit the required information at go.gov.sg/healthclearance or click here.
 
Important Information for Applicants:
 
The processing time for all applications is between 14 – 21 days.
 
The outcome of the application will be sent to the email address provided.
Please ensure you have a copy of the approval for verification at the Singapore checkpoints.
 
Only one application per traveller will be processed at any one time.
 
Please submit a new application if there are changes to any of the items in the Health Clearance Form that has been submitted / approved. The most current application will be treated as a new application and only the most current application will be processed.
Approvals are valid for 14 days from date of approval.
 
Important Information on Arrival in Singapore
 
All short-term visitors entering Singapore who have travelled to the following countries within the last 14 days will be issued a 14-day Stay-Home Notice (SHN):
 
Travel History in the last 14-days in Countries/RegionsFor Singapore Residents and Long-Term Pass HoldersFor Short-Term Visitors
Hubei province (mainland China)14-day quarantineNot allowed entry or transit
All other countries/regions14-day SHN
 
Short-term visitors who will be put on SHN must provide proof of the place where they will serve the 14-day SHN, for example a hotel booking covering the entire period, or a place of residence that they or their family members own.
The SHN and health declaration requirement will not apply to travellers who are transiting in Singapore without leaving the transit area.
 
For clarifications on SHN, please click here.
 

Ticket Holder

Those with existing Horizon Ferry Tickets that are expiring during the COVID-19 lockdown will be extended till December 2020.

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