Saturday, May 8 to Saturday, May 30, Singapore COVID-19 control reverts to Phase


From Saturday, May 8, 2021 to Saturday, May 30, 2021, the Singapore government’s control system for COVID-19 in Singapore will revert to Phase 2.

Gatherings for social purposes: 8 people to 5 people
Visitors to the home: From 8 to 5 (per day)

Reduced from 75% to 50
Social gatherings in the workplace should be avoided.

Indoor gyms and fitness should be closed
Outdoor fitness classes can gather up to 30 people.

Weddings with more than 50 people and religious events with more than 100 people should always be pre-tested for coronary infection.
Funerals may be attended by up to 30 people.
No large sporting events are allowed, nor are spectators allowed.

[Event Venues]
The maximum number of people allowed to watch live performances, pilot events (for testing), and movies will be reduced from 750 to 250.
The maximum number of people allowed to visit museums and art galleries will be reduced from 65% to 50% of the normal limit.
Number of tour participants increased from 50 to 20.

Trace Together (app or token) will be mandatory in shopping malls, workplaces and schools from May 17.



SHN for entry into Singapore from overseas, including Japan, reduced from 14 days to 21 days (excluding certain countries) from Saturday, May 8.

Entry into Singapore (including travel from Japan) will be extended to 3 weeks from 2 weeks from Saturday, May 8.
(Excluded countries/regions: Australia, Brunei, New Zealand, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau)

2.      We will further tighten border measures to manage the risk of importation from travellers and onward local transmission. From 7 May 2021, 2359 hours, all new travellers arriving from higher risk countries/regions will be subject to 21-day Stay-Home Notice (SHN) at dedicated SHN facilities.

[4] As of 4 May 2021, this refers to all countries/regions except Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Mainland China, New Zealand, Taiwan, Hong Kong SAR, and Macao SAR. Please refer to the Safe Travel Office Website for updates to the countries/ regions identified.

【情報元】MOH(Ministry of Health) WEB


Please refer to the Safe Travel Office Website for updates to the countries/ regions identified.

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