Singapore to close all entertainment venues to curb spread of COVID-19

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, March 24, 2020
  • Singapore has tightened measures to further curb the spread of COVID-19. From March 27, all entertainment venues, including night clubs, cinemas and theatres will be closed. While other public venues like malls and attractions can stay open, operators must reduce capacity, and groups must not exceed 10 people. Centre-based tuition and enrichment classes, as well as religious activities will also be suspended. Singapore residents and long-term pass holders returning from the US and the UK will need to serve their stay-home notices at dedicated hotels, instead of at home.

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