Safe Distancing Enforcement Officers and Safe Distancing Ambassadors will continue to conduct regular checks.
From Nov 30, 102 hawker centres across Singapore will be able to accommodate groups of up to five fully-vaccinated diners.
The remaining eight hawker centres that are currently either under Repairs and Redecoration (R&R) or spring cleaning will be added to the list once they reopen.
These hawker centres include Mei Chin Road Market, Kallang Estate Fresh Market and Food Centre, Amoy Street Food Centre, Dunman Food Centre, Boon Lay Place Market & Food Village, Blk 4A Jalan Batu Hawker Centre, Empress Road Food Centre and Blk 216 Bedok North Street 1.
The full list of hawker centres allowing groups of five diners can be found here.
Additionally, 71 coffee shops and canteens are now also open for dine-in for groups of up to five fully-vaccinated diners. The full list of coffee shops and canteens can be found here.
When visiting hawker centres, you can either show the personnel manning the access points your vaccination verification on the TraceTogether (TT) App, or provide your TT token to be scanned.
Fully vaccinated or eligible persons will be given a sticker to identify them for permissible dine-in, while those who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated can only purchase food to take away.
Safe Distancing Enforcement Officers and Safe Distancing Ambassadors will continue to conduct regular checks at all coffeeshops and canteens to ensure that VDS and other Safe Management Measures (SMM) are observed.
Diners are reminded to abide by the SMM.
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