On Friday, April 3, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong gave new meaning to the phrase 'circuit breaker'. To most people, it refers to a safety device that stops the flow of current in an electric circuit, but to people living in Singapore, it means hunkering down at home in order to break the chain of transmissions of Covid-19 in the community.
The circuit breaker was meant to last till May 4, but on April 21, PM Lee addressed the nation once more, extending the circuit breaker measures till June 1. Now, it looks like some of these restrictions we've had to deal with for the past two months will finally be eased as Singapore reopens in three phases. We know that you have even more questions about what can and can't be done in Singapore. Let us help clear the air and break down the restrictions for you.
For more information on current regulations, you can also visit gov.sg
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