Another Singalong Scheduled on 1 June, 7:30pm with the Song ‘We Will Get There’

Singapore has clapped for our frontline workers.

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We’ve even held a countrywide concert, singing the song ‘Home‘ from our homes.

Well, if you can’t get enough of your own (and your neighbours’) singing, there’s a chance for you to do it again.

Another Singalong Scheduled on 1 June, 7:30pm with the Song ‘We Will Get There’

On 1 June, celebrate our entry into Phase One of Singapore’s reopening by hearing stories about how Singapore has grown stronger through this crisis.

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Other than that, we can all sing along with Joanna Dong, the Singapore Symphony Children Choir, the Singapore Symphony Youth Choir and the Singapore Symphony Choruses as they perform ‘We Will Get There’.

Yes, this one.

The feels.

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The entire shazaam will kick off at 7.30pm on any Mediacorp channels, meWATC or the Gov.sg Facebook page.

Same as the previous time, remember to hashtag #SingaporeTogether and #StrongerAsOneSG when you post your video on social media and, who knows, you might just get featured somewhere.

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Entering Phase One

If you still don’t know what Phase One is all about, it’s like a more relaxed version of CB.

While social gathering and interactions are virtually non-existent (read: zero), three-quarter of Singapore’s economy will reopen and many businesses are allowed to resume operations.

New guidelines for workplaces include having breaktime and meals alone, no socialising, birthday and team bonding activities among colleagues, and having masks on at all time.

Before you bemoan that Singapore’s overly cautious in allowing people to make a living, know that they have a good reason for it; just look at South Korea.

But don’t be too discouraged because if Singapore managed to keep community transmission “low and stable”, we might just be able to enter Phase Two in end-June.

Phase Two is where we’re allowed to dine out again, limited to groups of five, and we get back our social lives.

In other words, the real end of the Circuit Breaker.

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