As part of the gradual resumption of religious activities, MCCY will pilot an increase in limit for congregational and other worship services, from 50 persons to 100 persons in some places of worship.
Issued on 18 Jun 2020 | Paragraphs 4 to 6 updated as of 2 Aug 2020: This advisory has been updated to reflect the easing of restrictions on weddings and wakes/funerals as announced by the Ministry of Health on 30 Jul 2020.
Leadership renewal at the Syariah Court will see Ustaz Alfian Yasrif Kuchit, Senior President, stepping down after 30 September 2020 and Ms Guy Ghazali taking on the appointment on 1 October 2020.
The Commissioner of Charities (COC), Dr Ang Hak Seng, has issued an order under section 39B(1)(b) of the Charities Act to restrict the conduct of any fund-raising appeals by Crisis Centre (Singapore) (UEN T18SS0008H) until conditions imposed by the COC have been met.
At MCCY, we recognise that sport unites us all as an inclusive and resilient nation, and we stand together with the nations around the world in upholding the value of sport.
As part of SG United - MCCY, the Land Transport Authority, and the Defence Science and Technology Agency supported Public Transport Operators to deploy contact-free temperature self-check kiosks at public transport locations island-wide.
MCCY has unveiled broad plans to resume more activities for Singaporeans, support the recovery of our sports sector, and bring more innovative sports facilities closer to Singaporeans.
A groundswell of community support has come from individual donors, corporates and community organisations to uplift the vulnerable.
Note: This advisory supersedes the earlier Guidelines for Volunteer Management during COVID-19 Pandemic, dated 1 June 2020.