Many of us have been wondering when Phase 2 of Singapore’s reopening after the circuit breaker will be happening. And yes, it has been announced that in just a few days time, most businesses and social activities will be allowed to resume.
“Phase two is a significant step in moving towards a new ‘Covid-19-safe’ normal,” said Health Minister Gan Kim Yong in a virtual press conference on Monday (June 15).
The announcement comes about two weeks after phase one started on June 2. The period saw more workers returning to work, starting with businesses in critical sectors. While schools and places of worship have reopened, most retail outlets remained shut.
Under phase two, retail outlets will be allowed to reopen with safe distancing measures in place.
The multi-ministry task force have said phase three will be the “new normal” until a vaccine or treatment is found for Covid-19.
Here are the activities that can resume from June 19: