The authorities said the scheme, which used to be added last month for Brunei and Germany, will be expanded to Britain, Canada, Denmark, France, Italy, the Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, and the United States next month.
Most of the 11 nations on the listing are already open to travelers from Singapore.
“While still, a ways cry from where we have been pre-Covid, this is a significant step in the reopening of our borders, and crucial to reclaiming and rebuilding our status as an global aviation hub with international connectivity,” Mr. Iswaran said.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong went on television on Saturday to tell residents it used to be time to move on and learn to live with Covid-19 without being paralyzed by fear.
The city-state can’t stay “locked down and closed off indefinitely”, he said, including that it could take three to six months to get to a new normal.