With social activities gradually resuming, the Multi-Ministry Taskforce has been reviewing the safety of these activities. To ensure certain activities, like dining out, can continue safely, additional measures will be introduced.

Outdoor exercise classes at public spaces to resume

Since Phase 2, organised exercise classes conducted by instructors have been allowed to take place in both private and public sports facilities, in groups of five, up to a total class size of 50, subject to safe management measures.

From 1 September 2020, the list of public facilities where such classes can be held will now include more open spaces at SportSG sport centres and parks, and HDB common areas, subject to the following:

  • These classes must be organised by an instructor who will be responsible for ensuring that the safe management measures are put in place and adhered to.
  • Safe management measures include temperature taking, symptoms screening, safe distancing, and maintaining a list of participants in venues without SafeEntry
  • General group exercises that are not organised by these instructors will continue to be capped at five persons

Measures to manage crowds

Some malls, in particular Lucky Plaza and Peninsula Plaza, have experienced difficulty in ensuring safe-distancing due to the crowd. To better manage crowds, the following measures will be put into place from 29 August 2020:

  • Odd and even date entry restrictions on weekends, based on the last digit of an individual’s National Registration Identification Card (NRIC) or Foreign Identification Number (FIN)
  • More details will be provided by Singapore Tourism Board and Enterprise Singapore separately.


Safe dining

The risk of COVID-19 transmission increases with loud talking. At some F&B outlets, it has been observed that extremely loud music is played, causing patrons to have to talk loudly to be heard over the music, which increases transmission risk.

The risk of COVID-19 transmission increases with loud talking. At some F&B outlets, it has been observed that extremely loud music is played, causing patrons to have to talk loudly to be heard over the music, which increases transmission risk.

Patrons at some of these outlets were also found to be not wearing their masks for prolonged periods, with some even mixing with persons from other tables.

As such, the rules will be tightened to ensure safe dining-in:

? Recorded music at F&B outlets to be played as soft background music only

? Live broadcasts (both TV and radio) as well as video screenings remain disallowed

Safe Distancing Enforcement Officers will take enforcement action against errant operators and patrons who put themselves and other patrons at risk.

Do remember the following

? Do not book multiple tables for large gatherings in F&B outlets

? Households with more than five persons and who wish to dine out together may book more than one table to accommodate everyone in the household, but limit their interactions between tables

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