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FAQs on safe distancing measures and submission of information

Find out what you should do if you received an email from MOM about safe distancing measures and submitting information to MOM.

I received an email on 26 March from noreply@mom.gov.sg on safe distancing measures and submission of information to MOM. Is this an official email, and why is MOM requesting for these information?Show

Yes, this is an official email from MOM.

In view of the high number of imported COVID-19 cases, MOM will be stepping up the monitoring of foreign work pass holders who entered Singapore between 14 and 20 March 2020 and were not issued a Stay-Home Notice.

I am required to submit the contact details of foreign workers who recently entered Singapore to MOM by 26 March 2020. I am unable to meet the required deadline, can I request for an extension?Show

If you need more time to collate the information, you can submit the returns to MOM by 27 March 2020, 2359 hrs.

What should I do if my Malaysian worker does not have any local number? Can I provide a Malaysian contact number instead?Show

A local number is required as MOM will be sending SMSes to the worker to check on their whereabouts.

Do I need to provide details of foreign work pass holders who are not sick in the health declaration?Show

MOM only require details of foreign work pass holders who are unwell in the health declaration. However, you should still monitor the health of your work pass holders and inform MOM whether the temperature checks have been done.

Is this exercise applicable for all my workers who return between 14 March and 20 March?Show

The exercise is only applicable to foreign work pass holders (including Work Permit holders, S Pass holders and Employment Pass holders) who had entered Singapore between 14 and 20 March 2020 and not issued with a Stay-Home Notice. This is an additional precautionary measure in view of the high number of imported cases.

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