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What's Allowed From June 14 & What's Allowed From June 21? Everything You Need To Know About Phase 3 (HA) https://www.todayonline.com/8days/seeanddo/thingstodo/whats-allowed-june-14-whats-allowed-june-21-everything-you-need-know-about P3HA wef June 14e.
https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/phase-3-covid-19-singapore-reopening-dec-28-pm-lee-13769528 S’pore Will Enter Phase 3 On 28 Dec, PM Lee Says Groups Of Up To 8 Can Gather. More details on Phase 3 will be given by the COVID-19 multi-ministry task force after Mr Lee’s address.
With clubs, bars and ktv not goin to open anytime soon how are these places coping? Not everyone coy can change their business model More support schemes coming for this doomed industry? Close down now better and cut the losses better Look at australia, south Korea etc... Allow nightlife only covid cases rise, clusters form The other night I went to have a few beer with a friend After that walk to giant forgot to put on mask That's after goin thru safe entry, talking to the temperature scan staff She didn't remind me abt the mask also A little alcohol n forget abt it Drink drank drunk youngsters will forget abt safe distancing I agree with not opening up the clubs but have to say this industry is indeed bleeding and more businesses will close.. https://mothership.sg/2020/10/bars-clubs-karaoke-phase-3-no-reopening/ Bars, clubs, nightclubs and karaoke lounges are not expected to re-open at the start of Phase 3 as they pose a higher risk of the spread of Covid-19, Minister Lawrence Wong said at a press conference by the Covid-19 Multi-Ministry Taskforce (MTF) on Oct. 20. Wong added that this is due to the nature of such activities entailing people socialising in close contact, often in a small enclosed space. ars, clubs, nightclubs and karaoke lounges are not expected to re-open at the start of Phase 3 as they pose a higher risk of the spread of Covid-19, Minister Lawrence Wong said at a press conference by the Covid-19 Multi-Ministry Taskforce (MTF) on Oct. 20. Wong added that this is due to the nature of such activities entailing people socialising in close contact, often in a small enclosed space. "We've seen it in many other countries where large clusters break out in these sorts of settings. So, even at the start of Phase 3, when we enter Phase 3, we do not expect to reopen or resume these activities anytime soon." 'Prepared to consider' pilot trials Wong revealed that the government is open to pilot trials in some of these settings, with much more stringent safe management measures in place, to determine whether it is safe to proceed. When asked about the measures, Wong stated that these include testing customers before they enter such premises using a rapid test kit, and ensuring that current safety measures, such as banning people from intermingling and making sure they are physically apart, are implemented within. In addition, the "music cannot be loud". Here, Wong noted that the prevailing music level for F&B outlets that will be similarly applied to the nightclub industry. As for ensuring that such measures are complied with, Wong stated that the usage of CCTVs is currently under consideration. In adding that the matter will be discussed with the nightlife industry, he stated: "It's also for the industry itself to consider whether it's viable to proceed. Because of all these measures in place...a dance club may not sound like a dance club anymore if there is safe management and safe distancing measures for you to be separated from another person. So we'll have to have this conversation with the industry to consider what's the best way to proceed. And...we do not expect, even with the pilots for the industry to be able to resume activities like the way it used to be." Government will put in place assistance measures for the nightlife industry In acknowledging that the nightlife industry has to be prepared for "quite a long period of restrictions", Wong further stated that the government will put in place assistance measures during this period to help. Wong elaborated that the measures will enable business operators and owners to "exit, transit and pivot to new areas." Details of the assistance package will be announced separately.