SINGAPORE (July 6): Singaporeans feverish with cabin fever have further reason to rejoice as the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) announced on Friday (July 3) that it would be allowing hotels to open for staycations and recreational areas for children. 

Businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry are expected to be the main beneficiaries. 

Measures introduced by STB include limiting occupancy to no more than one guest per 10psm in public spaces accessible to guests at any one time (excluding hotel staff). Hotels must also stagger guest time at lobbies and hotel facilities to reduce contact between guests. 

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