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SINGAPORE –As part of tightened actions implemented to curb the spread of Covid-19 in the community after a spike in new cases, Singaporeans have been urged to have no longer than two social gatherings a day.

Additional new measures will be in place for two weeks, with the following details: malls, outdoor barbecue pools, campsites and attractions:


– Malls and large self-contained shops: occupancy limit decreased to 1 person per 10 m2, 1 person per 8 m2.

– The Lucky Plaza (Lucky Plaza) Popular center: Sunday restrictions are reinstated on odd and even date entry limits.

– Outdoor barbecue pit and campsites, with grill pit in parks and lodge, condominiums and country clubs, are closed to the general public.

-Attractions: From 7 May to 14 May, all attractions which have received the Ministry of Commerce and Industry’s prior approval to operate will have to reduce it to 50% by 65% of its operating capacity.

Unless otherwise stated, these measures will take place between 1 May and 14 May. More information will be published later. Education Minister Lawrence Wong, who addresses reporters at a Friday 30 April press conference, said that the number of people attending the conference should be reduced, regardless of whether they are living in a house or a place in the public domain, to a maximum of 2 per day.

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Workers should also allow employees to work as far from home as possible, and social events should be avoided in the workplace. He added that the public sector will take the lead.Public authorities in the Novena area near the Tan Tock Seng hospital, such as the Singapore Ministry of Home Affairs and the Singapore Inland Revenue Authority, will ask their staff to work home to reduce the risk of spreading viruses where possible, the Ministry of Health said.

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Mr. Wong recognized, but urged Singaporeans to cooperate and scale back up their social activities because the restriction would cause discomfort, particularly given the public holidays coming up in May

This is the only way of slowing the virus spread in the community, he said. Singaporeans must also be prepared mentally for further tightening if the situation worsens.
The minister reiterated that Singapore’s economic reopening would encounter “bumps along the way”.

“We are now encountering one such bump,” he said, but added that the country is now better equipped to deal with this problem.

“I am confident we can get through this bump and get back on track towards our path of reopening the economy.”


Source: The Straits Times

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