Phase 3 Singapore – Your Guide to All Phase 3 COVID Questions [Updated]
Interested in finding out when Singapore Phase 3 date will start? What is the latest updates on Singapore Phase 3? What are the latest activities permitted by the government under the current Phase 2? Fret not, we got you covered! We know that many of you want a quick answer to all these questions!
So we have compiled a comprehensive research to provide provide answers to all your questions on when will Singapore Phase 3 take place or not and Phase 3 permitted activities.
This guide will be updated on a regular basis based on official announcement by the Singapore government. Keep checking this page for the latest updates!
Updated on October 20th with information from the latest Ministry Task Force Press Conference.
We take an evidence-based approach, by basing our sources purely on Official Government Phase 3 Announcement, credible news sources on Phase 3 Reopening.
Read on to get all your burning questions answered now!
Phase 3 Singapore: When is Phase 3 Singapore date?
The Singapore Phase 3 Reopen date has not yet been confirmed by authorities.
Update – 20th October: As reported by Straits Times, Singapore may enter Phase Three of its reopening by the end of this year, should community cases remain low as the country intensifies testing and contact tracing, said the multi-ministry task force handling Covid-19.
The latest update from the government is that “more details on when Singapore will enter the third stage of its phased reopening will be released by the multi-ministry task force in the coming weeks, said Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Monday (Oct 5).” – as reported by the Straits Times.
Phase 3 Singapore: When might Singapore Covid Phase 3 Happen?
In the official government announcement,
- Phase two of Singapore’s reopening was meant to last for several months even as more measures are lifted, while phase three is the “new normal” until a vaccine or treatment is found for Covid-19.
Focus of the government on reopening is “To further reopen the economy safely, the Government will focus on four key prongs – vaccination, testing, tracing and safe management” – reported by CNA.
On vaccines, Singapore is working very actively to secure early access to safe and effective vaccines, if and when they become available.
Given that globally, most covid-19 vaccines will very likely only complete their Phase 3 Trial in late 2020, our best estimated timeline for Phase 3 is very likely to be in later half of 2021 unless there is a change in Singapore government stance and policy on Phase 3 reopening.
Phase 3 Singapore: Roadmap to Phase 3 Opening
Update October 20th:
To enter Phase Three, Singapore will have to keep its guard up and meet several key conditions, Education Minister Lawrence Wong said on Tuesday (Oct 20) as he laid out the country’s road map to the final phase of its reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.
- Firstly, Singaporeans will still have to stick to safe management measures, including small group sizes, safe distancing, and exercising social responsibility.
- Next, testing will be carried out on a larger scale to allow more activities to resume. For starters, a pilot scheme will see people tested for Covid-19 before they are allowed to attend events.
- more venues will require people to check in to SafeEntry using the TraceTogether app or tokens, in a bid to strengthen Singapore’s contact tracing regime.
All these measures will be implemented progressively, depending on the situation both domestically and globally.
As reported by Straits Times on the 5th October, more details on when Singapore will enter the third stage of its phased reopening will be released by the multi-ministry task force in the coming weeks, said Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Monday (5 Oct).
This roadmap will include the expected timeline for moving to phase three, changes to current regulations on the size of group gatherings, and participation at mass events, Mr Heng told Parliament.
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