Dine-in restrictions to ease by July 12

Groups of five can dine together in F&B establishments starting next week.

More Singaporeans can soon dine together in groups of five, Finance Minister Lawrence Wong announced.

“We expect to open up further from 12 July to allow larger groups of five people to dine together,” Wong said in a ministerial statement, Monday.

Currently, dining-in at food and beverage (F&B) establishments have been restricted to groups of two people. This was amongst the measures implemented to curb the spread of COVID-19.

“These additional measures have worked in curbing the spread of the virus, while allowing most parts of the economy to continue operating,” Wong said.

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