[OUTDATED] Here’s what you need to know about Singapore Covid-19 rules that start TODAY.
It had already been revealed that Singapore would reduce social interactions from September 27th to October 24th, 2021, in order to slow down community transmissions and allow for more stable social interactions.
The measures will be reassessed two weeks later, and they may need to be tweaked based on the current state of the community. Check out the rules for your guidance.
The home-based learning period for all primary and special education schools will be extended by one day, to October 7, according to a multi-ministerial task committee announced on Friday (Sept 24). Children’s Day is on October 8, which means that the home-based learning period would be extended to a total of two weeks, according to task group co-chair and Finance Minister Lawrence Wong. This means that the students will return to school on Monday, October 11th.
According to the task force, private education institutions (PEI) will also be required to implement home-based learning for all students aged 12 and under from September 27 to October 10, in addition to public schools. The Health Ministry announced on Friday that an additional 95 children under the age of 12 have been infected with Covid-19. Since September 17, there have been 582 new Covid-19 instances affecting children in this age range.
This has led to, in-person tuition and enrichment sessions for students aged 12 and under to be moved online or otherwise discontinued during this time period. With the rules implemented, Le Xue Education will continue to provide online lessons as usual. Parents don’t have to worry about their children’s safety because online classes are the safest way to protect their children and curb Covid-19 in Singapore. Contact us at 65541683 or send us a message in Whatsapp through this number 83237619 to find out more about our classes.
Read more about Covid-19 Rules from MOH website here.