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Singapore Covid Curbs Won’t Stay ‘Static,’ Health Ministry Says

Customers are seated in groups of 2 as mandated by Covid-19 safety restrictions in Singapore on Oct. 23.

Customers are seated in groups of 2 as mandated by Covid-19 safety restrictions in Singapore on Oct. 23.

Photographer: Joseph Nair/NurPhoto/Getty Images

Singapore’s health ministry signaled again that virus curbs won’t remain as they are through the month of November if the city-state reaches a key target for further easing. 

“The current stabilisation measures will not remain static throughout this coming month,” the Ministry of Health said in a written answer to a parliamentary question Tuesday on the likelihood of people being able to dine out in groups of more than five.