It appears that popular beverage stores such as bubble tea and cake shops will not be allowed to operate in the period of the “Circuit Breaker”.

The “Circuit Breaker” in Singapore has been announced to be extended by 4 more weeks till 1st of June.

In addition, operations of less critical consumer services will be suspended with effect from 21 April 2359 hrs.

Standalone outlets (excluding those in hawker centres, food courts and coffeeshops) that sell only beverages, packaged snacks, confectioneries or desserts will be required to close their outlets.

All other F&B outlets that sell meals can continue to remain open for takeaway and delivery services only.

Specialised stores and outlets that predominantly retail the following MUST CLOSE: (The following are some examples, and is non-exhaustive)

Beverages:
– Drinks, including bubble tea, fruit juice, smoothies, soya bean
– Alcoholic beverages including liquor, wine, beer
– Coffee and tea

Snacks:
– Packaged snacks and loose snacks including nuts, potato chips, popcorn, bak kwa
– Cheese

Desserts:
– Red/ green bean soup, grass jelly
– Ice cream, yoghurt
– Cakes, cupcakes, waffles, chocolate, cookies, sweet pastries, donuts

The suspension includes operations of individual food carts selling such items. Only hawker centres, coffeeshops and food courts are excluded.

More information can be found here: https://www.mti.gov.sg/-/media/MTI/Newsroom/Press-Releases/2020/04/Tightened-List-of-Essential-Services-and-Measures-for-Workplaces-Which-Remain-Open.PDF

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