3 Things You Might Want To Do After Circuit Breaker

3 things you might want to do after circuit breaker

 

It is been a while we had entered the Circuit Breaker (CB) to prevent the widespread of CoVid19. During this Circuit Breaker period, we had been staying at home and only go out for necessities stuff such as takeaway food.

In case you are not aware, we will be exiting the Circuit Breaker on 2nd June 2020 and more activities will be allowed to resume gradually three phases.

We believed that every one of us has one whole list of things that we want to do after the measures are lifted.

We had listed out 3 things you might want to do after the Circuit Breaker measures are lifted.

 

1) Visiting your parents

We are not allowed to meet anyone other than those staying under the same roof during the Circuit Breaker period. We might not see our parents for a while other than just talking over the phone.

The first thing we want to do is to visit and check on them after the measure is lifted. However, do take note that there is a limit of only one per day and not more than two persons who must be from the same visiting household during Phase One of Circuit Breaker Exit.

You can find more information here.

2) Send your car for servicing and car wash

send car for servicing

You might not be driving your car around during this Circuit Breaker period and most likely your car had been parked in the car park for quite a while. The car grooming and car wash services are closed during this period.

You are likely to send your car for servicing and a car wash once the measures is lifted to ensure your car is in tip-top condition.

The good news is the car workshop is now able to provide car servicing and vehicle repairs such as bodywork repair, installation of parts, ordinary servicing, spraying, and painting. However, the car wash and grooming service will still be close in phase 1.

 

 

3) Meet your kakis for sports and recreational

When was the last time you had a game of basketball or soccer with your kakis?

We believed most of us are weekend warriors and enjoy catching up with our regular kakis for a game of team sports. However, we will need to wait longer as sports and recreation facilities will only be resume operations in Phase Two.

You can find more information on the Three-Phases of Circuit Breaker Exit at https://www.gov.sg/article/ending-circuit-breaker-phased-approach-to-resuming-activities-safely

Meanwhile, do stay home and stay safe.

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