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Singapore Phase 3 of Reopening: What Can You Expect?

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Singapore entered Phase 3 of its reopening on Monday (Dec 28). Prime Minster Lee Hsien Loong announced this news on 14 December 2020, expressed his gratitude to Singaporeans who complied with the spirit of the rules to keep the coronavirus under control.

And here’s what we know so far about Phase 3 of reopening.

What to expect in Phase 3 in Singapore

1. Increase in maximum group size
Permitted group sizes will go up from five to eight. Allowing larger families and bigger groups of friends to meet and have meals together.

2. Larger worship services and weddings
Religious worship services will be able to host up to 250 people across multiple zones of 50 each. Live performances will be allowed as well, alongside religious rites or prayers.

3. Covid-19 vaccine is on its way
Singapore has received first batch of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. This Covid-19 vaccination is free for all Singaporeans and long-term residents. It’s entirely voluntary, but all adults are encouraged to get it.

4. TraceTogether to start next year
The TraceTogether app and token will be implemented early next year for SafeEntry check-ins to allow time for everyone to collect their tokens from community clubs and centres. Until then, you can use the app, identity cards, SingPass mobile or QR reader apps to check in to places.

Please wash your hands, wear a face mask and keep safe distances. Together we keep the community safe.

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