Social distancing on public transport?

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The rush hour craze is back again after almost 2 months of CB😣 Some of us may choose to leave the house earlier so as to avoid crowds and try to practise that 1m social distancing 🙎‍♀️     (1m)         🙎‍♂️

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But it becomes a problem if we are having difficulty waking 2 hours earlier than the previous month to go to work on time💤 Having to rush with the usual morning crowd, is it possible to still practise social distancing on public transports?

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Social distancing stickers that were in place during CB have been removed in public transports like MRT.

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The Singapore government has clarified that even after CB, social distancing still applies in all public places, except:

  • Motor vehicles
  • Public transport services and connected premises (includes bus interchanges and MRT platforms)

That means, if you are unable to practise social distancing at the above mentioned places, it’s ok! You won’t be fined.

But of course, if the space permits, please continue to practise social distancing for you own sake😉

Just a gentle reminder, wearing of masks in public spaces is still compulsory.

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For easier and more efficient contact tracing, please do remember to use SafeEntry when using public transport too~

In such times, it is very very important to keep ourselves safe, and that includes wearing masks and practising good hygiene. We are selling masks (different sizes and types) and thermometers, so if you need them just drop us a message at +65 9457 2440 or call +65 6358 4231 😉

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