Phase 2 of reopening has been announced yesterday with a start date of 19 Jun.
While retail and f&b stores has been given the green light to reopen, there are some key information that owners should know.
Below are the key-points extracted from a CNA article announcing the reopening of businesses in Singapore.
1. Retail businesses may reopen their physical outlets.
2. Food and beverage dine-in will be allowed, with up to five people allowed to sit together. Tables must be spaced one metre apart. Outlets will have to cease liquor sales and consumption at 10.30pm. Live music, as well as television and video screenings will not be allowed in all f&b outlets at this stage.
3. Larger public venues with high human traffic such as malls and large standalone retail outlets will be subject to capacity limits, and operators will be required to prevent crowds or long queues from building up within and in the immediate vicinity of their premises.
4. Safe distance measure must be implemented
5. Business who wish to reopen are required to submit the number of workers who are working on-site via the GoBusiness portal within two weeks of the date of resumption of on-site operations
6. Businesses and organisations found to be flouting safe management principles may be required to close.
Here at EPOS we aim to provide useful tips to retail and f&b owners in Singapore.
Here are some blog articles that can help you out when planning your business reopening.