Community Clubs set up areas for delivery riders, taxi and private-hire car drivers to eat and rest
The areas are also open to safe distancing ambassadors on duty.
Community clubs are welcoming food delivery riders and Safe Distancing Ambassadors (SDAs) to take their meal breaks due to the tightening COVID-19 measures.
Chairs, complimentary drinks, snacks and sanitisers are provided at some of these locations. There are also nearby eateries for those who wish to have a meal at these rest areas.
These rest areas are located at:
1. Toa Payoh East Community Club
The rest area is located near Blk 47 coffee shop at Lorong 6 Toa Payoh and opens from 10am to 8pm.
2. Kampong Kembangan Community Club
Located near Kembangan MRT, there are plenty of restaurants and eateries nearby, including the Raimah Eating House at 54 Jalan Kembangang. The club is open from 10am to 8pm.
3. Kampong Ubi Community Club
Kampong Ubi Community Club is located near Eunos Crescent Food Centre. The club is open from 10am to 8pm.
Braddell Heights Community Club
Braddell Heights Community Club is located near Serangoon Garden Food Centre. The club is open from 10am to 8pm.
5. Geylang Serai Community Club
Geylang Serai Community Club is located near Geylang Serai Malay Market and Food Centre. The club is open from 10am to 8pm.
6. The Frontier Community Club
The Frontier Community Club is located near Jurong Point, which has fast food restaurants such as Arnold’s Fried Chicken and Burger King. The club is open from 10am to 8pm.
7. Kaki Bukit Community Centre
Kaki Bukit Community Centre is located near the food centre at Blk 511 at Bedok North Street 3. The club is open from 10am to 6pm.
8. Tampines N4 Neighborhood Centre
Located at Blk 475 void deck, it’s near coffee shops and other food and beverage outlets with enough parking space.
Those who are interested can approach the staff at the clubs to book a slot. Taxi and private hire vehicle drivers can also get a slot.
This initiative was implemented as dining in is not allowed from Sunday (May 16) in light of the surge in COVID-19 community cases.
Those who are going to these community clubs are reminded to observe safe management measures and refrain from talking or mingling.