Safe distancing stickers, markers to be gradually removed from public transport after circuit breaker: LTARead more: TODAY »
Sometimes, it doesn't hurt to leave the signs there until the whole sh*t is over. ☹ 2nd of June at 8am. How? Why? Life will never be the same again... Wah khaw eh. 4g ministers working n thinking ala stone age era. This is unwise... Surely there is salon that can help him with the roots. 😜 No one: Absolutely no one: ... KBW: Let's just go straight to Phase 3
No ERP charges until at least June 28: LTAELECTRONIC Road Pricing (ERP) will continue to be suspended until June 28, even as Singapore embarks on the first phase of reopening its economy, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) said. Read more at The Business Times.
ERP charges to remain suspended until at least Jun 28: LTASINGAPORE: The Land Transport Authority (LTA) will resume its review of Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) rates from Tuesday (Jun 2) amid expected ...
No ERP charges at all gantries until at least June 28: LTASINGAPORE - Motorists can continue to avoid paying Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) charges at all gantries until at least June 28, after which changes in rates, if any, will take effect.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Coronavirus: Muslim couples can make marriage vows in person from June 2 with safe distancingSINGAPORE - Muslim couples can choose to make their marriage vows in person from Tuesday (June 2), although the number of attendees will be capped at 10 and solemnisations through video links are still encouraged.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Trains and buses to run at pre-circuit breaker frequencies from June 2 amid safe distancing challengesCommuters can expect regular train and bus services as the nation gears up to return to work from Tuesday (June 2), when circuit breaker measures are eased.. Read more at straitstimes.com. You see, let peoples start work, crowded buses and trains again. Back/front, side by side, cannot maintain safe distancing at least 1m. I am very sure those have been working from home, more than 50% are going to work from 2 Jun.
COVID-19: MOM draws up slew of measures for migrant workers to gradually resume workThe Ministry of Manpower has drew up a slew of measures for migrant workers to gradually resume work when Singapore exits its COVID-19 circuit breaker period.