Nightclubs, patrons welcome further easing of Covid-19 rules, but not all outlets ready to ramp up to full capacity

From June 14, patrons will no longer need to obtain a negative ART result to enter nightlife venues. ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
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SINGAPORE - Each time university undergraduate Markus Teo goes out clubbing, he has to fork out around $12 for a virtual antigen rapid test (ART).

This will soon change for the 22-year-old and other clubbers, after the authorities announced on Friday (June 10) a further easing of Covid-19 measures for nightlife establishments.

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