On December 28, Singapore transitioned to Phase 3 of the nation's reopening plans, ending 2020 on a good note with bigger social gatherings, live performances, and more. This came after six months of living under Phase 2. Just a recap – Singapore exited the circuit breaker on June 1 and moved into Phase 2 on June 19.
From April 24, more people will be allowed to attend weddings, live performances and pilot events with pre-event Covid-19 testing. This comes as part of easing restrictions under Phase 3.
The Health Ministry announced on March 24 that people who have been fully vaccinated and have given some time to develop sufficient protection (about two weeks after receiving the second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna Covid-19 vaccine) will be exempted from pre-event testing. Additional information on pre-event testing will be available on gov.sg in the next few weeks. In the meantime, here's what we know so far.