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Singapore to allow dining in from Jun 21 with two persons per group, extends more support to businesses

Lim Hui Jie
Lim Hui Jie6/18/2021 3:8 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Singapore to allow dining in from Jun 21 with two persons per group, extends more support to businesses
Singapore will loosen some Covid-19 restrictions from June 21, but at an adjusted pace.
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Singapore will adjust its reopening to allow only groups of two people to dine in F&B outlets from June 21, under stage 2 of its so-called “Phase 3 (Heightened Alert)” measures.

This was announced in a press conference of the country’s Multi-Ministerial Task Force (MTF) on June 18.

The limit of two people per group will apply to people of different households. According to MTF co-chair Lawrence Wong, a family of six that lives in the same household can book three tables of two persons each, but six friends from different households cannot.

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