When Singapore’s circuit breaker period ends on June 1, more businesses and activities will progressively be allowed to resume. However, the reopening will be done in three phases.
Phase one, from June 2, will last for at least four weeks as some restrictions are eased.
Phase two will last several months as even more measures are lifted. This will lead to phase three, which will be the “new normal” until a vaccine or treatment is found for Covid-19.
The Straits Times answers some questions about what you can do from June 2, when the first phase begins.