News - March 17, 2022
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Singapore update – March 17

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We wanted to assure you that we are still working behind the scenes, monitoring restrictions, in order to be ready to reopen parkrun in Singapore as soon as the Ministry of Health Singapore restrictions allow.

 

We have also met with Sport Singapore to discuss the return of parkrun in your communities. Whilst sport allows up to 1,000 participants, in groups of 100,  the permissible group size is currently five and is set to increase to 30 on 15 March - therefore it is not yet possible for us to confirm a reopening date for parkrun Singapore.

 

It’s great to see parkrunners from all four events joining in (not)parkrun. Please keep sharing your (not)parkrun photos on social media, we love to see you all out and about in Singapore and still part of the parkrun family.

 

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