Business-to-business events and live performances in Singapore will be able to have increased capacity limits from next month if pre-event testing is implemented for their attendees.
Pilot business-to-business events approved by the Singapore Tourism Board will be allowed to have up to 750 attendees in zones of 50 attendees, if pre-event testing is implemented. These events currently can have up to 250 attendees in zones of 50.
Meanwhile, the capacity limits for live performances will be increased to 750 people if pre-event testing is in place. Events that do not implement testing can have 250 attendees.
Seated spectator sports events are currently being piloted and approved by SportSG. They will also be allowed to have 750 spectators if pre-event testing is put in place. Similarly, those without pre-event testing will be allowed to have up to 250 spectators.
Attendees who have taken both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine at least two weeks before the event will not need to be tested as well.
Meanwhile, the Singapore government is considering broader guidelines for those who have been vaccinated, beyond the exemption from pre-event testing.