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Singapore Government

Precautionary Measures for COVID-19

Precautionary Measures for COVID-19


Published On
29 Jan 2020

Last updated on 18 May 2021

From 16 May onwards, wedding receptions will not be allowed till 13 June (both dates inclusive)


For solemnizations, the following limits apply:

  • For solemnizations in the ROM/M Building: max of 10 persons (including the Bride and Groom);
  • For solemnizations in a place of residence: max of 10 persons (including the Bride and Groom). This number includes the wedding couple but does not count the Solemnizer and vendors engaged to provide authorised services for the solemnization;
  • For solemnizations in other venues: max of 100 persons, or the safe capacity of the venue, whichever is lower. For solemnizations with 51 – 100 attendees, Pre-Event Testing is required for all unvaccinated attendees (please refer to table below)

Marriage Events Held in Other Venues No. of Attendees
(without Pre-Event Testing)
No. of Attendees
(with Pre-Event Testing)

Marriage Solemnizations only
(no food or drinks allowed)

1 – 50 persons
(including Bride and Groom)

51 – 100 persons
(including Bride and Groom)

Pre-Event Testing required for all unvaccinated* attendees.

*Those who have successfully completed COVID-19 vaccination in Singapore will be exempted from PET (i.e. 14 days have passed since the second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccination).

These limits include the couple, but exclude the Licensed Solemnizer, the interpreter (if required), and any other vendors allowed to resume business for your solemnization. You will need to comply with all other SMMs for your solemnization, including group size of 2 and zonal requirements.

Video link solemnization remains an option for couples.

For solemnizations held outside of the ROM/M Building, please submit your attendee list to your Licensed Solemnizer at least one day before your solemnization. You may use the following attendee list templates:


Please refer to the following for more information:



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