Phase 2 of lifting of Circuit Breaker Measures with respect to government managed “After life care” facilities

From 18th June 2020, 2359 hours:
As Singapore enters into phase 2 of lifting of the “Circuit Breaker”

Attendance at Funeral Wakes, burial & cremation services:

1. Maximum of 20 persons.

2. Wear masks & maintain safe distancing of at least 1 meter at all times.

Visit to Choa Chu Kang Cemetery & columbarium, Mandai & Yishun Columbarium:

1. Permitted with effect from 19th June 2020

2. Visitors must wear masks, maintain safe distancing of at least 1m at all times, and max group size of 5 person.

3. Those who are unwell should stay home and see a doctor. As crowds are expected in the early part of “Phase 2”, visitors are advised to visit during the later part of “Phase 2” and avoid staying for too Long. Elderly members and children are advised not to visit.


Let’s continue to keep our Guards up and observe personal hygiene of ourselves and people around us, and continue to stay united in fighting this pandemic as One Singapore.





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