[Updated 10 October 2022]
[New] Lifting of Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures (VDS)
From 10 October 2022, VDS is no longer required for i) events with more than 500 participants at any one time, ii) nightlife establishments where dancing among patrons is one of the intended activities, and iii) dining in at F&B establishments, including hawker centres.
Here are the current community Safe Management Measures (SMMs) under the SMM 1-5 Framework:
From 29 August 2022, mask-wearing is no longer required in indoor settings except for settings where essential services are carried out in enclosed and crowded areas, and which are frequently used by vulnerable persons. Mask-wearing remains optional in outdoor settings.
Some examples of indoor places where mask-wearing is required:
 Inclusive of welfare and sheltered homes for the aged, and adult disability homes
Some examples of indoor places where mask-wearing is optional:
Mask-wearing is still strongly encouraged when visiting crowded places or interacting with vulnerable persons. Elderly and immune-compromised persons should continue to wear masks in crowded indoor settings to reduce their risk of catching respiratory infections.
2. Group Sizes
3. Workplace Requirements
4. Safe Distancing
5. Capacity Limits
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Other Adjustments to Community Measures
Stepping down on the use of TraceTogether (TT) and SafeEntry (SE)
No more free community ART tests
New Popular Places Visit Pass for Migrant Workers Residing in Dormitories
From 24 June 2022, migrant workers residing in dormitories will no longer need an exit pass to visit community areas.
If they wish to visit Chinatown, Geylang Serai, Jurong East and Little India on Sundays and public holidays, migrant workers will have to apply for a visit pass. This new measure aims to manage the crowds at these four high footfall locations. Up to 80,000 such passes will be available per Sunday or public holiday.
 The attendee limits for home solemnisations and home funerals will also be lifted.
 The list of MOH-approved COVID-19 test providers is available at: go.gov.sg/swabproviders.