Sunday, 16 June, 2024

Guidelines For Resumption Of Taekwondo Activity For Phase Two (‘Safe Transition’)

Based on the announcement on 15 June 2020, the Multi-Ministry Taskforce has assessed the situation and decided to start Phase Two after 18 June 2020, 2359 hours. Taekwondo classes can thus resume from 19 June onwards.

Please see STF’s guidelines for the resumption of Taekwondo Acitivites for Phase Two (“Safe Transition”). The advisory is based on the latest guidelines from SportSG and other relevant authorities. Please also review and take guidance from the guidelines and measures that are listed below and which may be updated from time to time. These and other advisories from relevant authorities should be considered when you come out with your safe management plan for your re-opening.

Affiliates who are conducting classes in community clubs or similar establishments/associations must also work with the relevant parties to ensure that the measures are in place. STF has engaged the People’s Association on the resumption of Taekwondo activities in community clubs and residents’ committees and any updates will be published when available.

SportSG has advised that affiliates can resume their activities as long as they adhere to the existing advisories. In addition, affiliates must submit the declaration form found in Annex A to STF within two weeks of the date of resumption of on-site operations.

SportSG (18 June 2020)
Updated Advisory For Resumption Of Sport And Physical Exercise and Activity For Phase Two Safe Transition

Ministry of Health (15 June 2020)
Moving into Phase Two of Re-opening

Ministry of Manpower (9 May 2020, updated 1 June 2020) 
Requirements for Safe Management Measures at the workplace

Joint Advisory by Enterprise Singapore (ESG), Housing & Development Board (HDB), Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) (16 June 2020)
Advisory for Phase 2 Re-opening of Retail Establishments and Lifestyle-Related Services

(Please note that the linked SportSG advisory is linked to an older SportSG advisory)

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