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More return trays at hawker centres; table littering rules start on Jan 1 at foodcourts, coffee shops
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): More than four in five diners at hawker centres in Singapore are now returning their used crockery on trays, a marked improvement from before strict table littering rules took effect in September this year.
KULAI Municipal Council (MPKu) is encouraging developers to include a hawker centre that is easily accessible to the public in their development plans before seeking approval for their projects.
The relaxation of social measures will be paused, and travellers entering Singapore will face stricter rules from 11.59pm tomorrow, as the country acts to buy time amid the spread of the new Omicron Covid-19 variant around the world.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): The founder of an anti-vaccine group which discourages people from getting Covid-19 jabs, has apologised for having asked followers to flood public hotlines with calls.
Singapore to relax virus curbs as Covid cases stabilise but ministers caution against expecting any major changes this year
Singapore will relax virus-related curbs from Monday, allowing five people from different households to sit together at restaurants, although ministers cautioned against expecting any major changes this year.
Singapore: Up to 5 vaccinated people from different households can dine out from Nov 22; gathering size raised to 5 for all
Singapore will relax curbs on dining out, household visits and some social activities from Monday (Nov 22), as the country gets back on track towards its goal of living with Covid-19 after nearly two months of stabilisation measures.