1. Singapore imposes 21-day quarantine on most travellers, closes gyms  South China Morning Post
  2. Singapore tightens COVID-19 safety measures; similar to Phase 2 but 'not a circuit breaker'  CNA
  3. Singapore back to Phase Two reopening from May 8 and will also impose tighter border measures  The Star Online
  4. Gatherings cut to 5 pax from May 8; measures 'will bring us back to phase 2', says Wong | ST LIVE  The Straits Times
  5. Possibility of circuit breaker 'not ruled out' as COVID-19 task force announces tighter measures  CNA
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The country will also return to social distancing rules of last year, with only five people in social gatherings and 50 per cent of staff in the workplace allowed by authorities.The country will also return to social distancing rules of last year, with only five people in social gatherings and 50 per cent of staff in the workplace allowed by authorities.

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Singapore will effectively be back at phase two of reopening its economy and social activities from May 8 till May 30.Singapore will effectively be back at phase two of reopening its economy and social activities from May 8 till May 30.

Singapore back to Phase Two reopening from May 8 and will also impose tighter border measures | The Star

SINGAPORE: Singapore has not ruled out the possibility of another “circuit breaker” in light of the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the ...SINGAPORE: Singapore has not ruled out the possibility of another “circuit breaker” in light of the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the ...

Possibility of circuit breaker ‘not ruled out’ as COVID-19 task force announces tighter measures - CNA

Singapore's capabilities today are much better than they were before the circuit breaker period last year.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Health News -Singapore's capabilities today are much better than they were before the circuit breaker period last year.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

No need for another Covid-19 circuit breaker for now: Lawrence Wong, Health News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

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The business hub has tightened restrictions on its population and on incoming travellers as it confronts its first significant cluster of COVID-19 cases in months.The business hub has tightened restrictions on its population and on incoming travellers as it confronts its first significant cluster of COVID-19 cases in months.

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Latest Singapore News and Headlines, Top Stories and Alternative Perspectives.Latest Singapore News and Headlines, Top Stories and Alternative Perspectives.

Cap of 5 people for social gatherings and household visits; Lawrence Wong warns of possibility of another circuit breaker | The Independent Singapore News

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The authorities are not ruling out the possibility of a second Circuit Breaker, even as it announced tighter restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19 amid a rise in the number of community cases.The authorities are not ruling out the possibility of a second Circuit Breaker, even as it announced tighter restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19 amid a rise in the number of community cases.

COVID-19: Second circuit breaker not ruled out, says Gan

Singapore announced on Tuesday tighter curbs on social gatherings and stricter border measures after recording locally acquired cases of coronavirus variants, including a strain first detected in India.Singapore announced on Tuesday tighter curbs on social gatherings and stricter border measures after recording locally acquired cases of coronavirus variants, including a strain first detected in India.

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SINGAPORE — From May 8 to 30, the size of social gatherings and the daily number of visitors for each household will be reduced from a maximum of eight to five. Fewer employees will also be allowed to work in offices, while indoor gymnasiums and fitness studios will have to close. SINGAPORE — From May 8 to 30, the size of social gatherings and the daily number of visitors for each household will be reduced from a maximum of eight to five. Fewer employees will also be allowed to work in offices, while indoor gymnasiums and fitness studios will have to close.

‘Return to Phase 2’: Cap on gathering size, daily number of visitors per household to be reduced from 8 to 5