The Multi-Ministry Taskforce announced on 19 May 2020 that Singapore will exit the Circuit Breaker when it ends on 1st June, and embark on a three-phased approach to resume activities safely, beginning with Phase One.
While new daily cases would likely increase once activities resume, the Government will continue to detect and contain cases quickly to prevent new clusters from forming.
The reopening of Pilates and fitness studios is scheduled to be in Phase Two, and not Phase One.
In Phase Two, more activities will resume. However, Singapore can only move into this phase if community transmission rates remain low and stable over the subsequent weeks from Phase One, and the dormitory situation remains under control.
Measures will continue to be lifted gradually in Phase Two, such as:
- Resuming social activities in small groups
- Reopening more businesses with safe management measures in place. These include F&B dine-in services, retail outlets, gym, pilates and fitness studios, tuition and enrichment centres
- Allowing all students to fully return to schools, and more students on campuses of institutes of higher learning
- Reopening sports, recreation, and outdoor facilities.
We seek your understanding and thank you for your patience as we work with our country to reach a new normal; this would be when we are ready to enter into Phase Three.
Stay cheery and stay blessed,