RMCO with more relaxed regulations to be implemented from June 10 to August 31

The Conditional Movement Control Order will be relaxed with a Recovery Movement Control Order, from June 10 to Aug 31. 
Non-contact sports, domestic travel, and gradual reopening of schools will resume under the RMCO, with the public advised to follow SOPs for the new normal, which includes wearing a face mask.
While domestic travel is allowed, the PM has stated that the international borders are still closed. Operating hours for business will remain the same, not allowing for businesses to be open past 10pm.
However, restriction apply with pubs, reflexology centres, & large scale gatherings. Announcements in regards to religious institutions will be made soon by the respective religious bodies.
Education institutes such as schools will be opened in stages as well.
The MCO and a subsequent relaxed version known as the CMCO have been implemented for more than two months since March 18, with current CMCO scheduled to end in two days’ time on June 9.


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