From March 26, all bars and entertainment venues in Singapore are closed till April 30. The measures come as the city reports over 800 cases of Covid-19, with more than 600 currently active cases.
Businesses impacted by these measures include bars, clubs, discos, cinemas, theatres and karaoke outlets. As a part of the announcement, all centre-based tuition and enrichment classes, as well as religious services, have also been suspended.
Malls, museums and restaurants remain open, but the government has also recently announced that people who sit or stand less than 1m away from another person in a public space will be fined up to $10,000 and jailed for up to six months.
Like you, we have plenty of questions as to what these new rules mean. So we've compiled a handy guide that covers everything you need to know about the measures.