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How Stricter COVID-19 Restrictions Affect Co-working Space

With the recent increase in COVID-19 cases across the globe, the Singapore government has taken measures to ensure that local events are cancelled or postponed until further notice. Singapore citizens, permanent residents and work pass holders here have to practice social responsibility by stay at home if they are not feeling well, avoid crowded places and to keep themselves clean by frequently washing hands.

In addition, a new social distancing guideline by the Singapore government now require people to stand or sit 1 metre apart from each other and places a maximum capacity of 10 people at any gathering outside of work and school. This takes effect from 26 March 2020 11.59pm, until April 30.

At TradingPLC, we have adhered to the Singapore government guidelines. All working desks have been marked with white tape to prevent people from sitting too close to each other. All events that exceed a 10 person count have been cancelled. Our windows are left open during work hours to allow for more ventilation and air circulation. Hand disinfectant is placed at the front counter for all guests to use. Our guests' health and safety is our utmost priority.

Following new measures issued by the Singapore government, non-essential services will be required to close for 1 month in a bid to prevent further spread of the COVID-19 virus in our local community. As such, TradingPLC will be temporarily closing from 7 April till 4 May.

We seek your patience and understanding during these difficult times, and hope to reopen with a better environment to serve you again soon!

Let us all work together to keep Singapore safe.

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