COVID-19: People ‘should limit’ social interactions to maximum of 2 a day, says MOH

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In view of the growing number of COVID-19 community cases, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Friday (Apr 30) that individuals should limit their social interactions.

While the current eight-person limit on unique household visitors and gatherings in public places remains in place, MOH’s guidance is that such social interactions should be capped at two per day.

“Over the past week, we have seen an increase in the number of local cases, some of which are currently unlinked and have resulted in the formation of community clusters,” the ministry said in a media release.

“We therefore have to move quickly to reduce the level of interactions in the community and break the chains of transmission.

“Going forward, all individuals should limit their overall number of social interactions, to not more than two per day, whether visiting another household or meeting with friends/family members in a public place,” MOH said.

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