Covid-19 Restrictions Eased: Singapore Sees Drop In Number Of Community Cases

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With the steady drop in the number of Covid-19 community cases, Singapore will get to gradually reopen and move to phase 3 (heightened alert). Restrictions will be eased progressively in two stages and soon people will get to gather in up to groups of five again.

In a statement on Thursday (10 June), the Ministry of Health (MOH) announced that Singapore will move to phase 3 from 14 June.

Covid-19 Restrictions Eased As Singapore Moves To Phase 3

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Further relaxation of restrictions can be expected should the current situation remain under control. When it does, further re-opening of Singapore during phase 3 will take place on 21 June.

Once Singapore goes under phase 3 (heightened alert), here’s what people can expect with the two steps:

  • The current two-person limit for social gatherings will be raised to five persons. Although, MOH strongly advises the public to limit social gatherings to only two a day.

  • The ministry adds that working from home will remain the defaults setting to reduce interaction in public areas within or outside workplaces and on public transport.

  • Dining in at food and beverage outlets being allowed again.

  • Operating capacity limits for attractions, cruises, museums and public libraries will go up to 5o per cent.

  • Group size limits for movie screenings, live performances, worship services and weddings will also see an increase.

  • In-person tuition and enrichment classes may also resume for those aged 18 years old and below. This is as long as enhanced safe management measures are in place.

“We may continue to see a few cases every day, but that’s the nature of the virus. What we hope and aim to do is to keep the number low overall and avoid large clusters,” says Trade and Industry Minister Gan Kim Yong, as per The Straits Times.

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Gradual Opening For Phase 3

Re-opening from 14 June

Social gatherings



MICE and live performances

Spectator and participatory sports events

Congregational and worship services



Museums, libraries and attractions

Tour groups

Home-based businesses


Shopping malls

Massage establishments and salons

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Further re-opening from 21 June

F&B establishments

Gyms, fitness studios and any mask-off sports activities

In-person tuition and enrichment classes


Spectator and participatory sports events


Congregational and other worship services

MICE and live performances

Source: MOH


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