Yes, if the sub-venues are listed on SafeEntry.gov.sg/deployment. For example, within a TT-only SE mall, dine-in F&B outlets and gyms are also required to implement TT-only SE. These are examples of establishments where transmission risk is higher, with individuals likely to be in close proximity for long periods and/or where they will legitimately remove their masks, in this case to exercise or eat.
For large retail stores located inside a mall, TT-only SE is no longer required. This is because all visitors would have already performed TT-only SE check-in at the mall entrances, and as the interactions at these venues within the malls are generally more transient, SE check-in at these venues will be removed for the convenience of patrons. However, TT-only SE check-ins will still be required at large retail stores within malls when they are operating outside of the mall’s operating hours. Standalone large retail stores and supermarkets that are not located within a mall are still required to implement TT-only SE.
As for small retail shops, SafeEntry (SE) check-in is already not mandatory today. With the nationwide implementation of TT-only SE, and the widespread enrolment in the TraceTogether (TT) Programme, such venues that have voluntarily implemented SE should now remove SE to increase convenience for their patrons.