Mandatory conditions have been published by health authorities, specific to some of the establishments and cultural places that will reopen on 5 June.
Ahead of the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions as from 5 June, the Ministry for Health has published a set of mandatory conditions issued under the Public Health Act that need to be adhered to by some of the establishments and cultural places that will reopen on 5th June 2020. The conditions cover museums and other cultural places, massage services, Chinese medicine and acupuncture, indoor cinemas and theatres, tattoo artists studios and registered indoor swimming pools and indoor entertainment areas.
The guidance for offices and workspaces and the mitigation measures for retail outlets and lotto booths have also been updated in June.
The full list of measures and guidance can be accessed from the Ministry of Health’s website.
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