It seems that reopening the economy does have its downfalls. In Singapore’s cases, Covid-19 cases within the community increased. Although about 80% of the population have been vaccinated and positive cases have been advised to recover at home, the alarming increase in cases have pushed the government to tighten measures once again.
This time, with effect from Sept 27 to Oct 24, the government has reverted to two-pax dine-in for all F&B outlets, down from five pax previously for outlets that are not hawker centres or coffee shops.
Meanwhile, work-from-home (WFH) and home-based learning (HBL) has been reinstated as default.