Update: Vaccination Differentiated-Safe Management Measures (VDS) have been lifted from 10 Oct 2022, with restrictions no longer in place for dining in, nightlife establishments and events with more than 500 participants. For more details on the further easing of community measures, please visit here.
The TT App and Token are to support the nationwide efforts to combat COVID-19, by enabling community-driven contact tracing. And in conjunction with SafeEntry, they are also used to verify one's Vaccination status and/or Pre-Event Testing (PET) status when checking into a venue that requires Vaccination Differentiated Safe Management Measures (VDS).
From 26 April 2022, VDS will be removed from all but the following high-risk settings:
- Events with more than 500 participants at any one time
- Nightlife establishments where dancing among patrons is one of the intended activities
- F&B establishments such as restaurants, coffee shops and hawker centres*
* While patrons are not required to do SafeEntry check-ins for dining in at F&B establishments, there will be random checks on individuals by service staff and enforcement officers. The onus will be on individuals to abide by the rules.
Should I uninstall TT App or return my TT Token, if I do not visit high-risk settings?
The public is strongly encouraged to retain the TT App on their phones as well as their TT tokens, so that we are ready and prepared to rapidly step up contact tracing and VDS checks again, should there be a need in response to a new Variant of Concern (VOC).
I’ve received an SMS with PIN from the Ministry of Health (MOH) to upload my TT data or submit my TT token before 26 April 2022. Do I still need to upload or submit my TT data?
No, you don’t need to. MOH had announced on 22 April 2022 that they will stop issuing Health Risk Notices (HRNs) from 26 April 2022, and users are no longer required to upload their TT data or submit their TT token. However, the public is encouraged to continue exercising social responsibility and follow the COVID Protocol, if their COVID tests come back positive.
For more information on further easing of community measures, please visit https://www.gov.sg/article/further-easing-of-community-measures.