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Hotel stays, recreation areas for children may resume upon hotels' successful applications: STB

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan7/3/2020 01:27 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Hotel stays, recreation areas for children may resume upon hotels' successful applications: STB
The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) says that it has drawn up safe management measures (SMMs) with the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI), Enterprise Singapore (ESG), and the Ministry of Health (MOH) for hotels on Friday.
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SINGAPORE (July 3): The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) says that it has drawn up safe management measures (SMMs) with the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI), Enterprise Singapore (ESG), and the Ministry of Health (MOH) for hotels on Friday.

Under the SMM, hotels, which include migrant worker decant hotels (MWD), and stay-home-notice dedicated facilities (SDFs), must comply with the latest requirements found in the Covid-19 (Temporary Measures) (Control Order) Regulations 2020.

Under Phase 2, which began on June 19, hotels may now apply to the STB to resume providing accommodations to guests for leisure purposes and reopen recreation areas for children within the hotel premises.

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