It’s all gone.
It was so much part of our life that I didn’t even think of taking a picture of it.
When I arrived this morning, the small maze of barriers leading to the Check-in stations wasn’t there anymore.
As I was climbing the stairs after stepping out of the MRT car, I took my phone out of my bag and opened the TraceTogether app to scan the QR that would show my vaccination status and thus allowing me to enter. I was prepared like I have been for the past 2 years.
It’s an automatic gesture as soon as we approach any mall/store/restaurant/bar/cinema/etc we are prepared to show our little swimming otter. We actually keep our phone in our hands because it’s easier: checking in checking out, checking in, checking out, etc etc.
Today Tuesday 29th April I have a little tears for all the people who just lost their job making sure we were compliant with the measures, but frankly they haven’t cared much for the past couple of weeks if I must say!
But that’s not all… there is also: No more group size limit on social gathering and household visit. No more self distancing. No more vaccination differentiation (except for large event, F&B). No more capacity limit. And a lot more “No more”. The Coronavirus/Covid-19 saga in Singapore thru my eyes can be read here: https://www.tumblr.com/tagged/c%26jfiguringoutcoronavirus?sort=top
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