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), gov.sg (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: gov.sg (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 safedistancing.sg!— 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 (axs.com.sg) 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 www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19.The The information and other materials on this website are provided for informational purposes only.
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