The Ministry of Health (MOH) announced during a press conference on Monday (15 Jun) that Singapore will enter Phase 2 of its reopening on Friday (19 Jun).
Cases have largely remained under control since Phase 1 began on 1 Jun, said MOH.
As part of the gradual reopening of Singapore’s economy, dine-ins will be allowed at restaurants and gatherings of up to 5 people are allowed.
Here’s a list of what is permissible from Phase 2, according to MOH.
This is what still isn’t permissible:
This is a non-exhaustible list.
There will be no group mixing, although there’s no requirement for people within the same group to safely distance.
If 1-metre safe distancing in the same group isn’t possible, then you’ll have to be 1 metre apart from other groups.
Work-from-home will also remain the default as far as possible, and those who are able to do so must continue with their current arrangement.
While entering Phase 2 is fantastic news, and everyone is excited, please don’t forget to take the proper measures.
You must still wear a mask, and sit apart at tables.
If Phase 2 goes badly and there’s a resurgence in community cases, we may revert to a ‘Circuit Breaker’, so we have to be careful from here.
But for now, let’s enjoy our freedom once Friday hits.
Featured image adapted from TheSmartLocal.
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