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Pilot mass runs, cycling events of up to 250
participants now allowed under new COVID-19
guidelines

 

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Pilot sport events with ทดลองเล่นสล็อต xo mass participation are now allowed,
with new guidelines released by Sport Singapore (SportSG) on Tuesday (Apr 6)
stipulating up to 250 participants a session in waves of up to 50.

 

Mass runs, open-water swims, cycling and triathlon events are some examples
that typically fall under this category.

 

In an updated advisory on organising sport event pilots during Phase 3 of
Singapore's COVID-19 reopening, SportSG said different sessions are to be
adequately separated by time to avoid participants congregating at the venue.

 

"Organisers may propose the number of sessions and time interval between
sessions to ensure safe participation, which may vary depending on context,"
said SportSG.

 

Sport events with mass participation will still not be allowed to have more than
250 participants. Organisers are also not allowed to invite spectators and
measures should be in place "to prevent spontaneous gathering of onlookers
for such events", added SportSG.

 

 

COMPETITIONS AND TOURNAMENTS

SportSG also announced on Tuesday a second category of sport event pilots -
sport competitions and tournaments without spectators. These refer to events
that involve timed races or head-to-head matches where there could be multiple
heats or qualifying rounds.

 

Approved events must not exceed 50 people a session in each facility,
with different sessions "adequately separated within a day or across multiple
days" to avoid congregation.

 

Each match is capped at eight people, including referees who need to be in
the field of play. If there are multiple matches, close contact must not exceed
50 people a day for each participant.

 

 

LIVE SPECTATOR EVENTS

As announced by the COVID-19 multi-ministry task force last month, sport
events with live spectators are also allowed. These can have up to 750
spectators with pre-event testing implemented or up to 250 spectators without
pre-testing.

 

According to the latest guidelines, spectators are to be divided into zones of
up to 50 people, but organisers can apply to do without zoning
"if they can ensure compliance with all other safe management measures".

 

These include having spectators remain seated and masked throughout
the event, as well as mandating the use of TraceTogether for SafeEntry check-
in to the venue.



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