Update to places where SafeEntry is required
Starting on 26 April, most venues no longer require check-ins. Only larger events with more than 500 participants at any one time, and certain nightlife establishments, require the public to check in with their TraceTogether App or Token for VDS checks. For more details, see this press release.

SafeEntry Disclosure Report

SafeEntry is the national digital check-in system that logs the NRIC/FIN and mobile numbers of visitors to public venues.

We know the importance of building and maintaining trust with our users, and the importance of being transparent about how SafeEntry collects, protects and uses your data. As such, in addition to our Privacy Statement, we will publish a Disclosure Report every six months. This report shows the number of requests that have been made to access personal data collected by SafeEntry* for law enforcement purposes.

Requests for SafeEntry Data for Law Enforcement Purposes

Only requests relating to serious criminal offences laid out in the Seventh Schedule of the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act will be considered.

Time periodNumber of law enforcement requests where data was produced
^Feb - Jun 20210
Jul - Dec 20210

*Personal data collected by SafeEntry refers to the individual’s NRIC/FIN or Passport number and mobile number when he/she checks in/out using SafeEntry. These features are governed by our Terms of Use.

^The decision to publish Disclosure Reports about law enforcement requests for data from the government’s digital contact tracing tools, was announced in Parliament on 2 Feb 2021.