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Sports and Recreation · Politics and Government · Seet, Kevin"Vivocity is often crowded on weekends, with events or roadshows happening in the main plaza. During Circuit Breaker, it is practically a ghost town, with an empty plaza, few patrons and very few stores open, resulting in a dark and depressing atmosphere."--Contributed by Kevin Seet, as part of the "Documenting...
Politics and Government · Seet, Kevin"Sneeze guards (transparent plastic screens) were put up between customers and cashiers at a Daiso outlet (Tiong Bahru Plaza). At the cashier counter, customers and cashiers handled goods through an opening at waist-level. Contactless payment was also encouraged to reduce contact between cashiers and customers handling cash. Hand sanitiser is...
Politics and Government · Seet, Kevin"Shops are to ensure good hygiene to avoid spread of the coronavirus. Here, a 7-11 poster indicates measures taken to ensure good hygiene within the outlet. These include disinfection of touchpoints, and hygiene practices of staff. Patrons are also reminded to keep their masks on, practice safe distancing, and use...
Politics and Government · Seet, Kevin"Muji has implemented directional wayfinding for patrons, and social distancing for patrons browsing store shelves."--Contributed by Kevin Seet, as part of the "Documenting COVID-19 in Singapore" collection community call. This photograph shows directional arrows and safe distancing markers on the floor at the outlet during the phase 2 re-opening. Additional...
Politics and Government · Seet, Kevin"When Circuit Breaker ended on 1 June 2020, work at businesses with lower risk of transmission was allowed to resume. Here, Pull&Bear employees are maintaining their store at Vivocity, even though they were not allowed to reopen to the public yet."--Contributed by Kevin Seet, as part of the "Documenting COVID-19...