The long-awaited air travel bubble between Singapore and Hong Kong has finally been put into place from 26 May 2021! However, before you rush to book your air tickets, here are some things to take note of before your travel.
According to Singapore authorities, with the air travel bubble, all individuals wishing to travel to Hong Kong would not require any form of controlled itinerary or specific purpose of travel. However they do have to have been in Singapore/Hong Kong for 14 consecutive days prior to travel, not including any days part of Stay Home Notice (SHN), Quarantine Order (QO) etc. So if you’ve just arrived from another country within the past 14 days and was serving your SHN, you will not be eligible to travel to Hong Kong under the air travel bubble. Also, those holding work permit or S-pass holder status individuals working in the construction, marine shipyard, or process sectors are not eligible to travel from Singapore to Hong Kong under the air travel bubble at this point in time.
As per most travel processes these days, a negative COVID-19 PCR swab is required in order to proceed with your travels. This should be done at most 72 hours prior to your departure. Here at Intemedical Clinic, we are a government-accredited institution and can help you perform your COVID-19 PCR swab test. This is a simple nasal swab test that takes no longer than a few seconds to perform, and results will be released in approximately 24 hours. We have refined our processes to make this as fuss free as possible for all travellers. Each of our PCR nasal swab tests is priced at $150 nett.
If you are going to travel to Hong Kong via the air travel bubble, feel free to pop by our clinic for your pre-departure swab test.
If you have any queries, feel free to contact us via the various modes of communication below.
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