Singapore resumes nightlife business
Residents and tourists dine at Boat Quay, Singapore. (Photo courtesy: Reuters)
Bars, pubs, karaoke establishments, discos and nightclubs in Singapore will be reopened, but general safety management measures must be applied. For establishments such as nightclubs and discos, arrivals are required to have a negative PCR or ART test result within 24 hours from a testing provider approved by the Ministry of Health of Singapore (MOH). . This requirement does not apply to property employees.
In addition, all establishments will be required to comply with theepidemic prevention regulations Such as group size of up to 10 people, must be fully vaccinated, mandatory wearing of masks in closed spaces, maintaining a safe distance of at least 1 m when removing masks. There are no capacity limits for events with less than 1,000 participants. However, for events with more than 1,000 people, capacity is limited to 75%…
Singapore has relaxed its general epidemic prevention regulations. (Photo: Reuters)
These are the latest regulations after the Singapore Government relaxed some general epidemic prevention regulations last week when the number of daily new COVID-19 cases began to decrease from the end of February. Authorities will continue to do so. monitor compliance with these measures. In case of violation, businesses will be subject to enforcement actions such as business closure and other penalties. Under Singapore’s COVID-19 Act 2020, individuals who do not comply with the epidemic prevention regulations can be imprisoned for up to 6 months, fined up to SGD 10,000 (US$ 7,370) or both.
The reopening of nightlife businesses can be considered as the final steps to bring the daily activities of the people of the “lion island country” back to the “new normal”. The move was particularly welcomed by residents and businesses in Singapore. However, businesses are also worried about the COVID-19 test certification and human resources.
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