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Issued on 12 March 2022
Your workers will not be allowed to leave the dormitories or go to work. They should be isolated.
Their AccessCode status will only turn “green” after they complete the COVID-19 recovery protocol2.
Workers who are not living in dormitories will follow the community measures.
Your workers will not be allowed to go to work, until they have completed their full vaccination regime and taken their booster shot when scheduled in order to maintain their fully vaccinated status.
For workers residing in dormitories, they may leave the dormitories for essential activities or to visit the Recreation Centres (RCs).
Find out more information on application for essential errands.
Workers can also continue visiting RCs safely. Find out more information on the requirements and application for RC visits.
Similar to the community, your workers will have to undergo self-administered ART 72 hours from their date of COVD-19 infection. Their AccessCode will turn “green” once they test negative on ART. If they test positive on ART, their AccessCode status will only turn “green” on their time-bound discharge date, either 7 or 14 days based on their vaccination status.
If your worker is unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, he can visit the RC only after filling up a form given by the dormitory operators.
The dormitory operator should then submit the form to MOM’s Forward Assurance and Support Team (FAST) for approval at least 1 day before the visit date.
Upon approval, your worker must test ART negative on the day of RC visit and upload their result onto FWMOMCare before he can leave the dormitory. Your worker will need to bring the signed application form to enter the RC.