S'pore restaurant owners welcome easing of Covid-19 curbs, but fret over labour crunch

People dining at TWG Tea Garden at Marina Bay Sands on April 11, 2022. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Chefs and restaurateurs said on Saturday (April 23) that they welcome the relaxation of Covid-19 measures effective from Tuesday (April 26) that will all but restore the dining scene to its pre-pandemic vibrancy.

But they worry that the sweeping changes, such as scrapping of safe distancing and a removal of group size limits, will strain their already-lean staffing.

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