Facing a mounting number of Covid-19 cases, dining in has been banned again.

The curbs will start from this Thursday, July 22 to Aug 18, announced the multi-ministry task force on July 20.

Dining-in measures to be reviewed after two weeks. Singapore will also unveil a virus support package in the coming days, which Finance Minister Lawrence Wong said would “take reference” from earlier aid. A prior package cost $1.2 billion, funded by a reallocation of money.

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