SHN-Dedicated Facilities (SDF)
To limit the spread of COVID-19, several hotels in Singapore have been designated as SHN-Dedicated Facilities (SDF). In general, travellers issued with a 14-day Stay-Home Notice (SHN) will complete their SHN at an SDF. The standard cost of the 14-day SDF stay for a single adult, is $2,000, inclusive of meals and GST. The cost excludes the relevant charges for COVID-19 tests. It also excludes laundry, which will require a separate top-up if requested. If there are two adult family members sharing a room (specifically, grandparents, parents, spouse, parents-in-law, siblings or children), the cost of the 14-day SDF stay is $1,300 per person. Costs will vary for minors depending on their age. The costs will be made known to travellers during the entry approval application process or at check-in to the SDF for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents. Travellers who fail to pay for the SDF cost may be charged interest for late payments. Please refer to the FAQs for more information.
Due to the fast-changing demand for SDF capacity, all arriving travellers will be assigned to an SDF by the Government. Travellers who wish to book an SDF suite at a specific hotel at higher cost, may click here to find out more.
Travellers may opt-out of SDF if they satisfy either of the following conditions. Applications to opt-out of SDF must be submitted three working days before the traveller’s scheduled arrival in Singapore.
|Suffer from critical illness, special medical condition, or have mobility issues
|Are using Safe Travel Lanes from countries/regions eligible for SDF opt-out (refer to table here), where they have remained for the past 14 days before departure, and will serve their SHN at their own residence:
- Alone, i.e. no domestic helper(s); or
- With household members that share the same travel history and are also serving their SHN for the same duration and period.
|Application form Here for Singaporean Citizens and PRs.
Foreign Travellers can opt out during their entry application process.
Any prior approvals for opt-out granted may be revoked due to the latest public health risk assessment. In such an event, the prevailing border and health control measures will apply. This includes SDF stays and payments, where applicable.