While some of the bubble tea outlets close temporarily, you can always opt for a delivery option to satisfy your cravings.
Remember when all non-essential services like bubble tea outlets and dessert shops had to close their businesses temporarily last year as part of the circuit breaker measures?
While bubble tea outlets have not been ordered to close as part of Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), some brands will cease operations at some stores temporarily during this period.
On Monday (May 17), LiHo Singapore announced that eight of its outlets will close temporarily until Jun 13.
The affected outlets are those located at Capitol Piazza, JCube, NUS, One Raffles Place, Changi Terminal 3, Tekka Place, Sentosa Beach Station and Lucky Chinatown.
The remaining unaffected LiHo outlets will still continue to operate.
Meanwhile, tea chain KOI has also announced that three of its outlets will be closed until further notice. These outlets are located at Lucky Plaza, The Arcade and Tanjong Pagar Plaza.
These are the affected bubble tea outlets in Singapore that will cease their operations thus far.
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