Fencing, mandatory SafeEntry to be implemented at more markets amid rise in Covid-19 cases: MOH

SINGAPORE – Tighter measures will be implemented to manage access to wet markets where Covid-19 cases were recently detected among stallholders and stall assistants.

From Monday (July 19), interim fencing will be put up at the markets by the National Environment Agency (NEA) and town councils, and mandatory SafeEntry check-in requirements will be enforced, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Sunday.

The added access control will better enable contact tracing to ring-fence cases, MOH said.

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