Singapore ends Covid-19 lockdown from June 2

Restrictions will be progressively eased in three phases. The first phase of easing of the lockdown begins on Tuesday (June 2). - The New Straits Times/Asian News Network

SINGAPORE: Monday (June 1) will be the last day of Singapore's eight-week Covid-19 circuit breaker shutdown. Restrictions will be progressively eased in three phases.

Here's a list of what is allowed under Phase 1 which starts on Tuesday. The government will review in mid-June to see when Phase 2 can begin.

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