The Straits Times
by Hariz Baharudin
25 June 2021
People who have received their Covid-19 vaccinations “will be given some concession when travelling or returning to Singapore”, Trade and Industry Minister Gan Kim Yong said yesterday.
Such concessions could include waiving the need for travellers to serve stay-home notice when they return to Singapore, and instead have them undergo more frequent testing to ensure they are coronavirus free, added Mr Gan, who co-chairs the multi-ministry task force tackling Covid-19.
At the same time, Singapore is holding discussions with other countries to mutually recognise digital vaccine certificates in the hopes of opening up air travel.