Singapore to Ease Lockdown, Let Businesses Reopen From May 12

By Kyodo News 4 May 2020

SINGAPORE—Singapore will allow companies to resume business operations gradually from May 12 while maintaining a partial lockdown until June 1 to curb the spread of the new coronavirus.

“We are asking the various companies to put in place the various measures and they will start to prepare now… As soon as they are ready by 12 May, they can resume work,” Minister of Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing said at a virtual press conference on Sunday.

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