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Singapore tightens community measures further as Covid cases spike, WFH to be default

Lim Hui Jie
Lim Hui Jie5/14/2021 02:12 PM GMT+08  • 4 min read
Singapore tightens community measures further as Covid cases spike, WFH to be default
Dining out at F&B establishments will be banned and social gatherings will be reduced as Singapore tightens Covid-19 measures
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Singapore will ban all dining-in at F&B establishments and will default to having workers work from home from May 16 to June 13.

This was announced by the country’s multi ministry task force on May 14. Under the new measures, visits to households and social gatherings will be limited to two persons, down from the current limit of five.

The Health Ministry says dining in at F&B establishments, including hawker centers and coffee shops, will be stopped and eateries will only be allowed to offer takeaway and delivery services.

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