Fast Lane Agreement

After 14 days, interprovincial/communal travel is allowed for non-lane regions within China for a fast traveler from Singapore, provided that he or she complies with the same domestic travel restrictions that Chinese residents imposed on moving between the relevant provinces/municipalities. She said the overtaking lane between China and the REPUBLIC of Korea was also open with good results. The fast-lane agreement between China and Germany has recently been implemented and welcomed by economic communities on both sides. The first two charter flights with German nationals returning to their workplace in China arrived in Tianjin and Shanghai on May 30 and June 4, respectively. Other plans are planned for such charter flights in the future. Singapore nationals (including Chinese nationals working long-term in Singapore) who intend to make significant business or service trips between Singapore and the six Fast Lane regions of China. Please note that from 1 December 2020, air passengers direct from Singapore to China will not be able to fly with standardised negative certificates and will have to apply to the Chinese Embassy for a green health code marked “HS” or a green health declaration code bearing the “HDC” label. However, it does not apply to travellers established in Malaysia under the mutual greenway, who continue to be subject to measures such as COVID 19 testing before departure and on arrival and who are subject to a pre-declared controlled itinerary. More details on the Fast Lane agreements and the application process will be published on the SafeTravel website by Friday.


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