Safe Distancing Rules Sg

From 26 April: — No capa­ci­ty limit for lar­ge events — VDS app­lies to events with more than 500 peo­p­le­From 29 March: — The capa­ci­ty limit of 75% for lar­ge events and hires of more than 1,000 peop­le. This means that: — i. For small establishments/events of 1,000 peop­le, they can be con­ti­nued without capa­ci­ty limit. ‑Ii. For lar­ge establishments/events with > 1,000 mas­ked peop­le, they must be ope­ra­ted wit­hin 75% of the site capa­ci­ty limit. — For mask remo­val events, indi­vi­du­als or groups of indi­vi­du­als up to the cur­rent group size must com­ply with the requi­re­ment of a safe­ty distance of 1 m. — Sub­ject to wea­ring masks throughout the voca­liz­a­ti­on acti­vi­ty, the fol­lowing acti­vi­ties in which lar­ge groups voca­li­ze: — a. songs and songs in con­gre­ga­ti­on; — b. cheers from the public, spec­ta­tors, event par­ti­ci­pants; and — c.

Sin­ging in a gene­ral set­ting, also in schools. From March 15: — The size of the events will be deter­mi­ned accord­ing to the capa­ci­ty of the site. Spe­ci­fic size restric­tions for events such as reli­gious ser­vices, busi­ness events, press con­fe­ren­ces, com­me­mo­ra­ti­ons, cere­mo­nies, wed­ding recep­ti­ons and mask clas­ses will be lifted. Zoning requi­re­ments are also remo­ved. — Howe­ver, for lar­ge events and sets with more than 1,000 peop­le, capa­ci­ty limits of 50% are set as a pre­cau­tio­na­ry mea­su­re. As of Janu­a­ry 1, 2022: — Medi­cal­ly eli­gi­ble but vol­un­ta­ri­ly unvac­ci­na­ted indi­vi­du­als will no lon­ger be able to recei­ve a PET scan as of Janu­a­ry 1, 2022 and have a nega­ti­ve test result to enter a VDS envi­ron­ment. — Only ful­ly vac­ci­na­ted, cured or medi­cal­ly ine­li­gi­ble indi­vi­du­als or child­ren aged 12 and under (sub­ject to event-spe­ci­fic limits) are allo­wed to enter set­tings whe­re VDS is imple­men­ted. Effec­ti­ve Decem­ber 1, 2021: — Tho­se who are not medi­cal­ly eli­gi­ble for all COVID-19 vac­ci­nes under the Natio­nal Immu­niz­a­ti­on Pro­gram (NVP) will be exempt from the SFS. More details here.^^^Source: MCCY(February 25), MOH(March 11), MOH (March 24), MOH (April 22), MCCY(April 25) from April 26: — No group or class size limit — No capa­ci­ty limit — No 1m safe­ty distance requi­red — VDS app­lies to events of more than 500 peop­le. No VDS requi­red for inte­riors or events of less than 500 peop­le. From March 15: — Groups up to 5 people.

- From 15. By March 2022, all team sports with up to 30 ful­ly vac­ci­na­ted indi­vi­du­als (inclu­ding play­ers, coa­ches, refe­rees, etc.) will be able to be play­ed in selec­ted supervised/operated sports faci­li­ties (i.e. ActiveSG/PA faci­li­ties and pri­va­te faci­li­ties appro­ved by SportSG). — The pre­do­mi­nant MMS app­ly befo­re and after the sports acti­vi­ty as well as during rest peri­ods. No addi­tio­nal tes­ting requi­re­ments will be impo­sed as long as all par­ti­ci­pants are ful­ly vac­ci­na­ted, but par­ti­ci­pants are stron­gly advi­sed to self-test for exer­cise pri­or to arri­val and stay home if they test posi­ti­ve or deve­lop sym­ptoms. — Par­ti­ci­pants must com­ple­te a health decla­ra­ti­on form befo­re the spor­ting acti­vi­ty. Star­ting at 1. Febru­a­ry: — Only ful­ly vac­ci­na­ted peop­le are allo­wed to enter all indoor sports faci­li­ties (inclu­ding pri­va­te faci­li­ties) — Other public faci­li­ties whe­re VDS is app­lied, more details here­From 1 Janu­a­ry 2022: — Medi­cal­ly eli­gi­ble but vol­un­ta­ri­ly unvac­ci­na­ted peop­le will no lon­ger be able to recei­ve PET scans from 1 Janu­a­ry 2022 and sub­mit a nega­ti­ve test result to enter a VDS envi­ron­ment. — Only ful­ly vac­ci­na­ted, cured or medi­cal­ly ine­li­gi­ble indi­vi­du­als or child­ren aged 12 and under (sub­ject to event-spe­ci­fic limits) are allo­wed to enter set­tings whe­re VDS is imple­men­ted. Effec­ti­ve Decem­ber 1, 2021: — Tho­se who are not medi­cal­ly eli­gi­ble for all COVID-19 vac­ci­nes under the Natio­nal Immu­niz­a­ti­on Pro­gram (NVP) will be exempt from the SFS. More details here.^^^Source: MOH (Oct. 20), (Nov.

8), MOH (Nov. 20), SportSG (Nov 21), MOH (March 24), SportSG (April 23) Safe­ty distancing mea­su­res at this site will come into effect on March 15, 24, April 19 and 26, 2022. The­se mea­su­res were announ­ced on March 11, 29, April 4 and 22, 2022. Minor details from other government sources will be added and, whe­re appro­pria­te, dated on an ongo­ing basis. Sources: (22 April), Minis­try of Health (24 March), Minis­try of Health (22 April) For the latest infor­ma­ti­on on gene­ral COVID-19 regu­la­ti­ons, inclu­ding safe manage­ment mea­su­res, plea­se see: The Minis­try of Health also announ­ced some adjus­t­ments to vac­ci­ne-dif­fe­ren­tia­ted safe­ty manage­ment mea­su­res. Thank you Jason for kee­ping all Covid-19 safe­ty rules up to date. Easy to fol­low and a time saver espe­cial­ly for us seni­ors. Thank you.

Keep up the good work. ~ Anon medi­cal disa­bi­li­ty con­di­ti­ons for all COVID-19 vac­ci­nes under NVPOn­ly the fol­lowing indi­vi­du­als are cer­ti­fied medi­cal­ly ine­li­gi­ble for all COVID-19 vac­ci­nes under NVP:a. Indi­vi­du­als 18 years of age and older (based on date of birth) who are on their vac­ci­na­ti­on regi­men due to all­er­gies or a pre­vious serious adver­se reac­tion to all NVV vac­ci­nes, name­ly Pfi­zer-Bio­N­Tech/­Co­mirn­a­ty, Moder­na and Sino­vac-Coro­na­Vac, could not com­ple­te; Sphe­re. indi­vi­du­als under 18 years of age who were unab­le to com­ple­te the vac­ci­na­ti­on regimen5 due to all­er­gies or a serious adver­se reac­tion to a pre­vious dose of a PSAR-appro­ved COVID-19 mRNA vac­ci­ne and who were unab­le to take Sino­vac-Coro­na­Vac vac­ci­ne; Kil­ler wha­le. Peop­le with/under the fol­lowing conditions/treatments: trans­plan­ta­ti­on wit­hin the last 3 mon­ths; and/or aggres­si­ve immu­no­the­ra­py; and/or can­cer acti­ve during tre­at­ment. Alt­hough the peop­le lis­ted in point © can safe­ly take the COVID-19 vac­ci­ne, their doc­tors may recom­mend post­po­ning their vac­ci­na­ti­on (sin­ce they are severely immu­no­com­pro­mi­sed during their medi­cal tre­at­ment) until a time when the vac­ci­ne is more effec­ti­ve for them. Your medi­cal non-appro­val sta­tus expi­res when you reach the date spe­ci­fied by the cer­ti­fy­ing phy­si­ci­an on which you are aut­ho­ri­zed to take the vac­ci­ne. They can be exami­ned in more detail by their doc­tors if necessa­ry. The­se indi­vi­du­als remain high­ly sus­cep­ti­ble to seve­re COVID-19 infec­tion due to their health con­di­ti­on and should fol­low their doctor‘s advice to limit their social acti­vi­ties and pro­tect them­sel­ves from pos­si­ble infec­tion, even if they are allo­wed to attend events and acti­vi­ties in VDS settings.

A con­stant, easy-to-remem­ber link to check the latest rules and restric­tions on safe distancing in Sin­g­a­po­re. Book­mark this web­site and come back here to check it out if necessa­ry. You no lon­ger need to Goog­le it and get lost on the most recent news arti­cle. Just think of the “data!— updated by vol­un­te­ers. Not offi­cial­ly affi­lia­ted with the Government of Sin­g­a­po­re, Minis­try of Health. Yes. Employ­ers can impo­se rules on wea­ring masks that go bey­ond exis­ting requi­re­ments, taking into account occup­a­tio­nal safe­ty and health and ope­ra­tio­nal requi­re­ments. For examp­le, employees wea­ring their masks do not have to main­tain a safe­ty distance of 1 m in the work­place. Social gathe­rings in the work­place can also be resu­med with up to five peop­le in a group. BBQ are­as and camp­si­tes in parks, HDB esta­tes, con­dos and coun­try club­sStar­ting March 15: Camp­grounds and BBQ are­as mana­ged by NParks — The app­li­ca­ti­on for cam­ping per­mits and the reser­va­ti­on of bar­be­cue are­as in gar­dens and parks mana­ged by NParks can be done via the AXS sys­tem ( from 10am on March 15, 2022.

- For cam­ping, tents must be spa­ced at least 5 m apart to allow a safe distance. The num­ber of cam­pers must also be main­tai­ned at 5 peop­le per cam­ping per­mit, which cor­re­sponds to the group size allo­wed. — BBQ area reser­va­tions, group size allo­wed is 5 peop­le per pit. The bar­be­cue per­mit is valid from 12:00 to 22:30 on the respec­ti­ve date. Camp­si­tes and bar­be­cue are­as mana­ged by SLA: — Camp­si­tes mana­ged by SLA are loca­ted on the island of Laza­rus and Pulau Han­tu Besar. The Eagle Lodge is loca­ted on St. John‘s Island. — Regis­tra­ti­on for camp­si­tes and Eagle Lodge can be done from March 15, 2022, 10am, for stays from March 29, 2022. — BBQ are­as are loca­ted on Kusu Island, St.

John‘s Island and Pulau Han­tu Besar. All bar­be­cue are­as are free to the public on a first-come, first-ser­ved basis. BBQ Spaces in HDB Sub­di­vi­si­ons and Pri­va­te Con­dos – Resi­dents who wish to reser­ve BBQ are­as in their pri­va­te sub­di­vi­si­ons and con­dos can con­ta­ct their respec­ti­ve muni­ci­pa­li­ties and housing manage­ment for more infor­ma­ti­on. Source: NParks-SLA-BCA-HDB (March 11) Safe distancing bet­ween indi­vi­du­als or groups is no lon­ger requi­red. While they do not repre­sent a rela­xa­ti­on of the rules, the­re are “qui­te pro­found impli­ca­ti­ons” for how Sin­g­a­po­re is hand­ling the COVID-19 pan­de­mic. All mas­king events must be spa­ced 1 m apart. Brief sum­ma­ry of the lif­ting of the safest distancing mea­su­res that began on April 26, 2022: — No group size limit or home visit restric­tion — 100% of employees can return to work — VDS remo­ved, with the excep­ti­on of street vendor/F&B cen­ters, events with more than 500 peop­le and night­clubs with dance — No capa­ci­ty restric­tions — COVID tests for ent­ry to Sin­g­a­po­re for ful­ly vac­ci­na­ted tra­velers not requi­red­Congra­tu­la­ti­ons, Sin­g­a­po­re! We did it! ðâð NEW!! Join our Tele­gram chan­nel to recei­ve real-time updates on the latest safe distancing rules/restrictions. We are not affi­lia­ted, asso­cia­ted, licen­sed, appro­ved or offi­cial­ly affi­lia­ted in any way with the Government of Sin­g­a­po­re, the Minis­try of Health or any of its sub­si­dia­ries or affi­lia­tes. The offi­cial web­site of the Minis­try of Health to recei­ve “updates on the COVID-19 situa­ti­on in Sin­g­a­po­re” can be found at The infor­ma­ti­on and other mate­ri­als on this web­site are pro­vi­ded for infor­ma­tio­nal pur­po­ses only.

The pur­po­se of this web­site is to pro­mo­te broad con­su­mer under­stan­ding and know­ledge about the various safe­ty distancing mea­su­res in Singapore.