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COVID-19 news

31 August 2022

1.       On 24 August 2022, the Multi-Ministry Taskforce (MTF) announced Safe Management Measures (SMMs) changes. The key change is that mask-wearing for indoors is longer be required except for public transport and selected healthcare settings. Please visit this Ministry of Health link for more details: The changes are summarised in the table below.

2.       Employees between the ages of 60 and 79 are strongly advised to receive their second booster dose.

3.       From 1 October 2022, the vaccination requirements to apply for or renew work passes will be changed. This will help to support the safe reopening of the economy, and minimise business disruptions. For more information, please visit:



Safe Management Measure

Previous measures (Implemented since 26 Apr)

As of 29 Aug (Mon)

(1) Group size


No group size limit


No change

(2) Mask-wearing


Required indoors, optional outdoors

Allowed to remove in indoor workplaces when not interacting with others and not in customer areas


Mask-wearing indoors is not required, except for public transporta and selected healthcare settingsb


(3) Workplace requirements


100% can return to office


No change

(4) Safe distancing


Not required


No change

(5) Capacity limit


No capacity limit


No change

Vaccinated-Differentiated SMMs (VDS)


Lifted across all settings except:

Events >500 pax

Nightlife establishments that offer dancing

F&B establishments (light touch)


No change

Trace Together, Safe Entry, Health Risk Notice


Stood down; may be reactivated in future.


No change


a Public transport settings that require mask-wearing include all public trains (MRT, LRT trains), public buses and their associated indoor boarding areas. For other transport settings, please refer to specific guidelines published by MOT / Transport Operators. Mask-wearing will continue to be encouraged in crowded areas.


b Healthcare facilities and residential elderly homes that require mask-wearing include all indoor premises of hospitals (inclusive of retail, F&B and other facilities within the hospital compound), primary care facilities, specialist facilities, TCM clinics, renal dialysis centres, dental clinics, day hospices, homes that provide residential care to the elderly, clinical lab services and COVID-19 testing, vaccination centres and COVID-19 community care facilities.


29 April 2022


Following the Multi-Ministry Taskforce press conference On 22 April 2022, the Covid-19 requirements for the landscape sector can be similarly adjusted. All employees may now return to the workplace or worksite. For more details, please refer to the following Ministry of Manpower link.

Requirements for Safe Management Measures at the workplace (


13 August 2020

The Tripartite Cluster For the Landscaping Sector (TCL) has issued an advisory on ensuring business sustainability. Please download the advisory by clicking on this link.