Visitor Safety Information
CREATING A SAFE AND ENJOYABLE THEATRE EXPERIENCE TOGETHER
The health and safety of our audiences, cast and colleagues is our priority. To ensure that audiences feel secure and comfortable at all times, Wild Rice will be closely following the government’s health guidelines throughout our venue.
From 10 August 2021, audiences must be fully vaccinated* or have tested negative for COVID-19^ in order to enter our theatre.
*You are considered fully vaccinated 14 days after you have received the full regimen of any of the vaccines approved by the Ministry of Health. (These include Pfizer/BioNTech Comirnaty, Moderna and WHO Emergency Use List vaccines such as Sinovac.)
^If you are not fully vaccinated, you will need to provide proof of a valid negative COVID-19 test result (either ART or PCR) performed by accepted test providers, taken within 24 hours of the end of the performance. You can find a list of accepted test providers here.
Frequently Asked Questions
(a) TraceTogether/HealthHub app or TraceTogether token to show proof of vaccination status; AND
(b) Your e-ticket for the performance.
Your vaccination status is displayed in your TraceTogether and HealthHub apps.
You can find your vaccination status on the home page of the TraceTogether app and the ‘COVID-19 Records’ section of the HealthHub app.
On the day of your performance, please bring your mobile device with the updated TraceTogether app to show proof of vaccination. If you do not have a mobile device, please bring along your working TraceTogether token and/or vaccination card.
Please get your vaccination records updated in the National Immunisation Registry (NIR). Your vaccination status will then be reflected in your TraceTogether and HealthHub apps.
To do so, you must provide documents showing proof of vaccination. You will also have to take a serology test at an approved provider to confirm that the vaccination has been effective.
More information on the process can be found here.
Yes, you can! However, you will need to obtain a valid negative COVID-19 test result before you will be permitted to enter our theatre. Wild Rice will not be subsidising the costs of these tests.
You can find a list of accepted test providers here.
Your negative COVID-19 test result (either ART or PCR) must be valid for 24 hours from the end of the performance. Please take your test accordingly to ensure that it remains valid for the show you are watching.
The following test results will be accepted for entry:
(a) COVID-19 Test Result Notice (ART): Negative ART result displayed on https://checker.covid-ops.gov.sg;
(b) COVID-19 Test Result Notice (PCR): Negative PCR result displayed on a Notice issued by a General Practitioner (GP) clinic;
(c) Patient Risk Profile Portal (PRPP) ART Result Slip: issued by a GP clinic; or
(d) PET Exemption Notice: issued by any clinics offering ART or PCR testing services.
No. Only COVID-19 test results performed by accepted test providers are considered valid.
Please avoid attending live events if you are unwell. Do seek advice from a medical professional. If you are unable to attend an event due to illness, we will refund your ticket to the show.
You will be permitted entry into our theatre if you have recovered from COVID-19 within 270 days of your first positive PCR test taken either in Singapore or overseas.
Please note that, in order to enter our theatre, you will need to obtain a PET Exemption Notice from any clinic offering ART or PCR testing services (more information here), even if you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
With the PET Exemption Notice, you will be allowed entry into our theatre, as long as it is within the validity period specified on the Notice. You are also required to provide photo identification (e.g. NRIC/FIN/Passport) for verification purposes.
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