Dining in allowed from June 21 but only in groups of 2
Dining in can resume from next Monday (June 21), but only in groups of up to two people instead of five as previously announced, said Minister for Trade and Industry Gan Kim Yong on Friday (June 18). The group limit will be increased to five from mid-July as part of this...
In a statement, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said wedding receptions will remain prohibited until mid-July, as these are higher-risk activities where attendees tend to socialise more and over a longer period of time.From next Monday, gyms and fitness studios may resume indoor mask-off sports and exercise activities in group sizes of up to two people, and in classes of up to 30 persons including the instructor.
This must be done with safe distancing of at least 2m between individuals and 3m between groups, said MOH.For mask-on activities and outdoor mask-off activities, these can continue in groups of no more than 5 persons, in classes of up to 30 persons including the instructor.
Work-from-home will continue to remain the default arrangement, to control transmission risks by reducing overall interaction within workplaces and in public places including public transport, the ministry added.From next Monday, groups that exceed two people who are not from the same household will not be allowed to dine in together at eateries, even if they are split across multiple tables, MOH said. headtopics.com
People from the same household can eat out at multiple tables, said task force co-chair and Finance Minister Lawrence Wong in response to a question."But they have to make it very clear that they are from the same household, that is not new. We've allowed that before and we will continue to do so.
"But if you're not from the same household, then you cannot go and do multiple bookings to have multiple tables. So the same rules that previously applied will continue to apply," he said.Rapid testing for those working in high risk settings, such as at F&B outlets and gyms, will be ramped up to provide greater reassurance for further reopening, said Mr Gan, who also co-chairs the task force.
To further reduce the risk of transmission from patrons talking loudly, recorded music will not be allowed in F&B establishments, MOH said. This is on top of current restrictions on videos and TV screening, as well as live entertainment at these places.
Eateries should strictly observe safe distancing of at least 1m between groups of dinersas well."Enforcement will be stepped up and we will take firmer enforcement action for any breaches of safe management measures. Patrons must keep their masks on at all times, except when eating or drinking," said MOH. headtopics.com
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