Maximum size for social gatherings to increase to 5 from 2, from 14 Jun 2021. Dining-in to resume from 21 Jun if Covid-19 situation remains under control.
From 14 June, the maximum size of social gatherings allowed in Singapore and the number of distinct visitors to households per day will be increased to five people, up from the current limit of two persons.
As part of a 2-step plan of gradually reopening Singapore announced on Thu (10 Jun), the Ministry of Health (MOH) further adds, "if the situation remains under control", the dining in at F&B establishments will resume from 21 June 2021. During this period, working from home will remain the default requirement.
Phase 3 (Heightened Alert)
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Dubbed, Phase 3 (Heightened Alert), as "it's not quite full Phase Three" with restrictions still in place. Further easing of COVID-19 restrictions will follow from 21 June should the situation continue to improve.
From 14 June, limits on event size and venue capacity will be increased. Attractions, museums and public libraries will be allowed to operate at 50 per cent capacity. Shopping malls and showrooms will be allowed to accommodate one person per 10 sq m of gross floor area (GFA), up from 16 sq m of GFA.
For spectator sports, the crowd capacity limit will be set at 250 people with pre-event testing (PET) and 50 people with no PET. For live performances, MICE events and congregational or worship services, the capacity limit will be raised to up to 250 people with PET and up to 50 people without PET.
Cinemas will be allowed to accept up to 250 persons with PET and 50 without PET from 14 June, while no food and beverages will be allowed to be served until 21 June.
Group size for hotel staycations will also be increased to five person, but we will still have to wait till after 21 June 2021 to dine-out.
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