77 people fined for COVID-19 breaches at parks; enforcement stepped up at hotspots including HDB common areas
SINGAPORE: A total of 77 people have been fined for breaching COVID-19 regulations in parks since the start of Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), the ...
AdvertisementTo ensure that parks remain safe for all, NParks will continue to temporarily close access to some parks, as well as sections of beaches, lawns, and facilities when those areas get too crowded or where people remain non-compliant with safe management measures, said MSE.
These facilities include areas such as hard courts, shelters and car parks.Members of the public are advised to check theSafe Distance @ Parks portalfor the latest updates on visitorship levels before heading to parks.“We request all park visitors to be socially responsible and to keep our green spaces safe for everyone. Visitors should observe safe management measures such as keeping to allowable group sizes, as well as wearing a mask except when engaging in strenuous exercises or consuming food, drink or medication,” said MSE.
AdvertisementMORE ENFORCEMENT AT PARKS, HDB ESTATE COMMON AREASMSE said agencies have also stepped up enforcement at hotspots including parks and Housing Board (HDB) estate common areas such as basketball courts and pavilions.This comes after public feedback and ground observations of areas where safe management measures were more frequently breached. headtopics.com
READ: Police investigating 8 people for illegal gambling and breaking COVID-19 safe distancing rulesWhere repeated breaches of safe management measures have been observed, agencies will close off facilities to ensure the safety of the community, said MSE.
MSE cited an example where more than a dozen people were found gathering at a pavilion at Block 90 Pipit Road for dance sessions on several occasions.In view of the multiple breaches of the safe management measures, the pavilion was cordoned off on May 31.
“We therefore urge members of the public to use these facilities responsibly,” said MSE.From Jun 14, the limit on group sizes for social gatherings will beincreased from two to five people, as part of the first step in Singapore’s plan to move back to Phase 3 (Heightened Alert).
Five distinct visitors per household daily will also be allowed and social gatherings should be limited to no more than two a day. Read more: CNA »
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