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Singapore to further ease COVID curbs from July 12

Singapore' Ministry of Health has decided to further lift the COVID-induced restrictions from July 12 (Monday).

Working from home, however, will remain the default arrangement so as to reduce overall interaction within workplaces and on public transport.
Working from home, however, will remain the default arrangement so as to reduce overall interaction within workplaces and on public transport. Photo courtesy: Twitter/@ANI

From next Monday, the Singapore residents can return to dining at restaurants in groups of five.

The country’s COVID-19 taskforce today revealed that they’re easing measures “across the board” after successfully keeping the latest wave under control.

The health ministry added that up to five people can participate in social gatherings at the workplace, with safety measures in place.

Working from home, however, will remain the default arrangement so as to reduce overall interaction within workplaces and on public transport. 

For employees that need to head in, companies should continue to stagger their start times and allow flexible working hours.

Indoor mask-off activities in gyms and fitness studios can also hold up to five people – an increase from the previous rule allowing two.

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