A total of 11 hawker centres and seven coffee shops will allow groups up to five vaccinated persons to dine in.
As part of Singapore’s move to the Transition Phase, groups of up to five fully vaccinated persons can now dine in at F&B establishments.
From Tuesday (Nov 23), this will also be extended to hawker centres and coffee shops which can implement vaccination checks. The National Environment Agency (NEA) announced in an advisory that 11 hawker centres and seven coffee shops will be able to host groups of up to five for a start.
The selected hawker centres are: Bedok Food Centre, Beo Crescent Market, Geylang Serai Market, Holland Village Market & Food Centre, Market Street Interim Food Centre, Sembawang Hills Food Centre, Tiong Bahru Market, Kampung Admiralty Hawker Centre, Ci Yuan Hawker Centre, Hawker Centre @ Our Tampines Hub and Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre.
The selected coffee shops are: Barfood & Co Pte Ltd at Cantonment Road, Goodyear Restaurant Enterprise Pte Ltd at Tampines Avenue, Qi Xiang Pte Ltd at Upper Serangoon Road, B4RI Pte Ltd at Tanjong Katong Road, The Patio at Sembawang Road, Satay By The Bay at Gardens By The Bay, and Makansutra Gluttons Bay Pte Ltd at the Esplanade.
Patrons can either show their proof of vaccination on the TraceTogether (TT) App, or provide their TT token to be scanned to determine their vaccination status. Eligible persons will be given a sticker to identify them for dine-in at hawker centres, and those that do not meet the requirements for dining in can only purchase food to take away.
Individual stallholders need not check patrons’ vaccination status.
The remaining hawker centres are expected to have similar entry checks in place by Nov 30. The restriction of dining in groups of up to two fully vaccinated persons will continue till then.
Safe Distancing Enforcement Officers and Safe Distancing Ambassadors will continue to be stationed at the designated areas to ensure that the Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures (VDS) and other Safe Management Measures (SMMs) are observed.
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