Covıd 19, Socialdistancing, Covıd-19, Coronavirus, Singapore

Covıd 19, Socialdistancing

In pictures: Safe distancing in Singapore

Safe distancing is a new normal in Singapore #COVID19 #socialdistancing

29/3/2020 12:58:00 PM

Safe distancing is a new normal in Singapore COVID19 socialdistancing

SINGAPORE: Nowadays, X marks the spot where you cannot sit and Singapore ans are being told to mind the gap between one another, all in the name of ...

under regulations which kicked in on Friday.CNA visited several malls, eateries and shops and saw people largely abiding by the safe-distancing rules. Where there was an occasional slip-up, wait staff and shop assistants would gently remind patrons to stand behind markers.

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Public benches at Orchard Gateway mall marked for safe distancing on Thursday (March 26) (Photo: Jeremy Long)Patrons at the usually busy food court at People's Park Centre sit spaced out. Authorities say friends and family can sit together in groups fewer than 10, but are advised to keep a distance from other groups. (Photo: Jeremy Long)

Furnishing giant IKEA rolled out safe-distancing markers as a reminder to shoppers to stand apart even on the escalator. It has similar stickers for queueing lines around its stores. (Photo: Jeremy Long)AdvertisementAdvertisementSafe-distancing markers for people waiting in line to enter IKEA Alexandra, on Saturday (March 29). (Photo: Jeremy Long)

Stickers for safe-distancing at a cafe. Minister Lawrence Wong said the new rules "will bring about inconveniences for everyone" and will impact local businesses especially F&B outlets which are already facing difficulties. He advised people to support their favourite hawker stalls and restaurants but to take away food if these places are full. (Photo: Jeremy Long)

A sign telling people not to share tables at a bar in Don Don Donki at Orchard Central. (Photo: Jeremy Long)Red tape is seen marking alternate seats that are not for use at People's Park Complex Food Centre. (Photo: Jeremy Long)Markers for customers to stand in line for the cashier at a pet shop at Plaza Singapura. (Photo: Jeremy Long)

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Need to do better than this? For those who understand. And then you take mrt and buses squeezing for 1-hour. What's the point? stephaniezen mksh terjawab Its doing great social distance ...... local transmission went down abit Today saw quite a bit Social Distance Ambassadors at coffee shops , looked like students , like Poly student volunteers.

Instead of these pictures, please post pictures of mrt cabins and bus during peak hour. Lol leehsienloong LawrenceWongST Not for public transport, Bus and MRT is overly crowded especially during peak hours. 👎👎👎 Good. Maybe take a pix in Bedok hawker centre during dinner time? 😅

COVID-19: Singaporeans urged to defer non-essential trips to mallsSINGAPORE: Authorities are urging those in Singapore to defer non-essential trips to malls, after safe-distancing measures kicked in across the ... Define non essential. What about all the restaurants located in the malls? Are you asking them to close down? Why not closing school than Will these people only understand and obey when this very little sense of normalcy is taken away like those of other countries?

Message circulating online about safe-distancing ambassadors imposing fines untrue: Enterprise SingaporeSINGAPORE: A message circulating on messaging platforms and social media claiming that an Enterprise Singapore safe-distancing ambassador had ... That day my friend let me listen to some audio message , in hokkien : ' Hoseh liao , tomolo MRT and buses shut down , hua taxi and hua PHV be ready , drive until shit also no time ' Then ? Nothing happened LOL ...i told my friend delete such message , dont forward lol Such covid19 rumours see like have some laugh can liao , dont anyhow forward caused alarm , want real news , go CNA or MOH website for real news

Claims that safe distancing ambassador fined patron untrue: Enterprise SingaporeSINGAPORE - Statutory board Enterprise Singapore addressed a false claim circulating on social media and text messaging apps that one of its safe distancing ambassador had fined a member of the public.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Can they be trusted It is up to stall or shop owners what is the marking. Some told me the X is meant for you to sit. Family still can sit together or be spaced apart?

Enterprise Singapore refutes online rumour of safe-distancing ambassador issuing finesSINGAPORE — A rumour circulating on social media and via phone text messages claiming that an Enterprise Singapore safe-distancing ambassador has fined an individual for sitting on a not-for-use seat is false, the government agency.

Enterprise Singapore refutes online rumour of safe-distancing ambassador issuing finesSINGAPORE — A rumour circulating on social media and via phone text messages claiming that an Enterprise Singapore safe-distancing ambassador has fined an individual for sitting on a not-for-use seat is false, the government agency. I had at least 5 people WA me the same screenshot of this. Rumors really spread.😑

Safe distancing: No warnings issued so far, focus on ‘helping and giving guidance’, say authoritiesSINGAPORE — The Government has deployed personnel to ensure that businesses implement and comply with safe distancing measures, but no warning letter has been issued so far.