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Issued on 27 April 2022
VDS will be removed from all settings, except for settings which pose higher risks of transmission due to factors such as large crowds and unmasked activities. For dormitories and recreation centres, VDS will continue to apply to events with more than 500 participants at any one time and food and beverage (F&B) establishments such as canteens or beer gardens.
In line with the community, while VDS is still required for F&B establishments, these establishments will no longer need to conduct VDS checks for their customers. Instead, the onus will be on the individuals dining in to abide by the rules. Random spot checks will continue to be conducted to ensure that only fully vaccinated persons are dining in at F&B establishments.
Safe distancing is no longer required and there will generally be no restrictions on intermixing. However, dormitory operators will still be required to maintain physical segregation between dormitory blocks such as barriers and separate access routes.
This will allow dormitory operators to retain the ability to segregate quickly when necessary. Dormitory operators should also minimise potential bunching of workers residing in dormitories by managing the crowd and traffic at common areas and facilities where necessary1.