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COVID-19 Circuit Breaker: What’s Allowed and Not Allowed?

From 7 April 2020 to 4 May 2020, Singapore will enter a “circuit breaker” phase, to prevent the COVID-19 infections from spiralling upwards. So, what can you do or not do during this period? The Tropika Club team sifts through the various guidelines from the Singapore government agencies and has compiled it into a simple FAQ for your easy reference.

Eating Out

Can I still dine out? No you cannot dine out. While food and beverage outlets are still open, and can still operate, they are only able to prepare for takeaways and deliveries. Hence, while you can go purchase a takeaway, you are not allowed to eat or drink at any F&B premises.

What F&B outlets are operational? All F&B outlets include the following: coffee shops, food centres, food courts as well as any other food outlets with a valid food license. All cafes, bakeries, bubble tea chains, etc. are all open, but for you to order and collect as take-away only.

Are food delivery services still operational? Yes they are. You can choose from the usual food delivery services from the list below:

What about wine deliveries? Yes wine deliveries are also operational during this period. You can try from the list of wine and booze merchants below:

COVID-19 Circuit Breaker: What's Allowed and Not Allowed?

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Thanks for sharing. Great list!

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