Post Circuit Breaker : 12 things you CANNOT Do under Phase 1



It's the end of Circuit Breaker, is everything back to normal?



With the slew of measures announced, one might get the impression that life is back to normal. Despite the positive measures, the following measures are still in place until it is officially lifted.*


1 Mask is still compulsory when you are out

Wearing of the mask is still compulsory when you head outdoors
Avoid talking and maintain good personal hygiene when you are out

Penalty: Failure to wear mask face a fine of $300 for first penalty and $1000 for the second penalty

Source: CNA

2 Safe Distancing is still in place

There is still a need to keep 1m away from another person in a public place.
This means drinking of beers openly in a group at Robertson Quay or any other places is not allowed

Penalty: Failure to do so can result in a fine of up to $10000 or jail for up to 6 months.

Source: ST

3 Social Gathering in private and public are not permitted

Only visitation to elderly parents and grandparents allow. Max of 2 visitors per day.

Penalty: Fine up to $10,000 or jailed up to 6 months.

4 Not all business will open

Only selected businesses are permitted to open


5 Closure of all entertainment venues

Nightclubs, Bars, Cinemas, Theatres, Attractions are still close

6 Tuition and Enrichment centres to remain close
Only schools are reopening under Phase 1

7 Dine-in services are still not allowed
You cannot head to hawker centres or restaurants to have your meals there

Source: ST


8 Places of worship only for Private Worship
Mass gatherings are still not permitted. Only allow for up to 5 people of the same household.

9 Sports, recreational and outdoor facilities to remain close
This includes public and private shared facilities (condo)

10 Gyms, fitness studios remain close
This includes public and private shared facilities (condo)

11 Beaches and Playfields to remain close
This is not slated to open under Phase 1

List of beaches affected

12 Foreign Domestic Workers to stay home on rest days
Ministry of Manpower has not officially lifted this restriction

Source: MOM


*We will update this list should there be any changes from now to the start of Phase 1

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