SINGAPORE – The Ministry of Health (MOH) announced Saturday, October 9 that the secure management measures differentiated by vaccination will be extended.
These measures, which are currently in effect in places like catering establishments (F&B), will be extended to places like shopping malls, attractions, as well as hawking centers and cafes from next Wednesday (October 13). ).
Under the widened borders, those who are not vaccinated will not be able to dine in hawking centers and cafes, but will be able to buy take-out food. The current measures do not allow them to dine in F&B outlets.
They will also not be allowed to enter malls or visit attractions starting next Wednesday.
1. Are children under 12 allowed to eat dinner, visit shopping malls and attractions as they are not vaccinated?
Yes, children under 12 are allowed to do so under a special provision.
2. Who is considered to be fully vaccinated?
An individual is considered fully vaccinated 14 days after receiving the full regimen of Pfizer-BioNTech / Comirnaty, Moderna or other vaccines on the World Health Organization emergency list.
Those who have recovered from Covid-19 or who tested negative on the Covid-19 pre-event test performed 24 hours before the event are also considered to be fully vaccinated.
3. Will the unvaccinated be able to enter shopping centers?
No, unvaccinated people will not be able to enter malls or stand-alone department stores. However, large stand-alone supermarkets are exempt.
4. How will the rules be enforced in hawking centers and cafes?
The National Environment Agency said officials responsible for enforcing the safety distance will conduct selective checks as part of their patrols to check the vaccination status of diners in hawking centers and cafes.
Guests must show their vaccination status on the TraceTogether application or provide the TraceTogether token to be scanned for their vaccination status.
Guests found guilty of breaking the rules will be notified and their contact details will be recorded. Enforcement measures will be taken against repeat offenders and those who refuse to cooperate.
The Singapore Food Agency will work with cafe operators to do their part to verify the immunization status of their customers where possible, for example, at fixed points such as the drink stand when customers are purchasing drinks. .