When ToS is implemented, a feature that limits check-ins via TT App and Tokens only will be automatically activated in the SafeEntry system for all venues. Once this feature is activated, other modes of check in, such as using mobile phone camera, SingPass Mobile or other QR code reader apps will be disabled. Venue operators should allow only individuals who have successfully checked into SafeEntry using their TT App or TT Token to enter their venues.
To prepare for this change, public-facing venues* that are mandated to be on ToS must be able to accept both TT App and TT Token check-ins. To allow for Token check-ins, public-facing venues must implement the SafeEntry-NRIC** mode in order to scan the QR code on TT Tokens.
Before ToS is made mandatory, a new poster with updated SafeEntry check-in instructions will be sent to the venues’ business emails. Venues should replace existing SafeEntry posters with these new ones.
*Non-public-facing venues, such as offices which do not receive visitors, do not have to implement the Token check-in mode. However, they must still require their staff to check-in using the TT App after ToS is implemented.
**This scanning mode can be implemented by downloading the SafeEntry Business mobile app or loading the browser version of the app available at “www.SafeEntry.gov.sg > Scan Visitor” on any smartphone. Venues with higher footfall may consider a laptop connected to an external 2D scanner.