Coronavirus: Partying at clubs with masks, temperature and passport checks now the norm

A partygoer wearing a mask (centre) as DJ Illenium spins at Marquee Singapore, on Feb 8, 2020.
A partygoer wearing a mask (centre) as DJ Illenium spins at Marquee Singapore, on Feb 8, 2020.PHOTO: MARQUEE SINGAPORE / FACEBOOK

SINGAPORE -As the coronavirus outbreak continues to take its toll on the hospitality, tourism, retail and food and beverage sectors, some nightclubs - whose lifeblood depends on the number of partygoers - are also seeing a dent in their business.

Zouk in Clarke Quay, for instance, told The Straits Times that they have seen a 25 to 30 per cent dip in attendance in recent weeks.

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