No more mask-wearing on public transport and controlled indoor settings in Singapore beginning Feb 13

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No more mask-wearing on public transport and controlled indoor settings in Singapore beginning Feb 13

SINGAPORE: Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH) announced that mask-wearing will no longer be required on public transport and parts of indoor healthcare and residential care settings beginning next Monday, 13 Feb.

However, masks still have to be worn by visitors, staff and patients where there is interaction with patients and in patient-facing areas, such as hospital wards, clinics and nursing homes.

MOH said in a statement that the directive will be a "requirement" rather than mandated under the Covid-19 regulations.

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