Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Six people in Singapore were caught dining at hawker centres even though they were not fully vaccinated, the Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment (MSE) said on May 13 evening, CNA reported. They will be fined S$300 each. Random spot checks conducted in two weeks MSE said random spot checks were conducted at various F&B establishments from April 26 to May 9 for the vaccination status of those who dined in. Enforcement officers from the National Environment Agency and Singapore Food Agency conducted more than 20,000 “selective” spot checks for hawker centres and coffee shops in that period alone. This amounted to about 1,500 checks a day at just these two venues. Diners are to show the vaccination “green tick” verification on their TraceTogether (TT) app, or scan their TT token when approached by enforcement officers or safe distancing ambassadors. Physical vaccination records can also be shown. Background Those who are not fully vaccinated are not supposed to dine in at hawker centres and coffee shops despite the easing of many Covid-19 restrictions from April 26 and the absence of entry checks. Vaccination-differentiated safe management measures (VDS) still apply to all… Read full this story
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