More COVID-19 Measures Will Be Eased from 14 June 2022


Day by day, Singapore is inching more towards the ‘old’ normal as opposed to the new as measures change accordingly to the ongoing COVID-19 endemic.

So cheers for another round of changes that essentially allows clubbing fans to save more money and dance with more people from mid-June onwards.

Capacity Limits Lifted for Nightlife Establishments with Dancing from 14 June

The Ministry of Health (MOH) announced on Friday (10 June) that patrons will no longer have to obtain a negative antigen rapid test (ART) to enter venues.

This means visitors to nightlife establishments will no longer have to take a supervised ART to enter venues such as clubs.

(A huzzah especially since supervised ARTs aren’t exactly cheap to get beforehand.)

Capacity limits for clubs will also be lifted, meaning clubs might start accepting walk-ins again from 14 June onwards!

Exit Pass Required from Migrant Workers at Certain Areas

Exit passes will no longer be required from migrant workers to visit community areas from 24 June onwards.


But four areas are an exception to this rule: Chinatown, Geylang Serai, Jurong East, and Little India. This is because these areas are determined as locations with high footfall.

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Migrant workers who wish to visit these areas on Sundays and public holidays will have to apply for a visit pass.

A total of 80,000 passes will be available for issue on each Sunday and public holiday. 30,000 will be issued for Little India, 20,000 for Jurong East, and 15,000 each for Chinatown and Geylang Serai.

Visits made on weekdays and Saturdays or to any parts in Singapore however will not require a visit pass.


No Changes to Mask Wearing Rule

Mask wearing is still mandatory indoors, so keep your reusable mask at hand when you are visiting clubs.

Clubs will continue to conduct checks on your vaccination status to decide if you are allowed entry or not as vaccination-differentiated measures still apply.

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