Essential workers can consume their meals within the two zones at Suntec City and enjoy extended grace periods for parking.
In light of the recent ban on dining in at eateries and restaurants until Jun 13, Suntec City has designated two eating areas for food delivery riders, safe distancing ambassadors and other essential workers.
The mall said in a press release on Thursday (May 20) that it has designated the Food Republic and Big Appetite food courts to allow frontline workers to have their meals in a safe environment.
The arrangements will be carried out with safety measures in place.
The grace period for parking on Suntec City’s premises will also be extended to support delivery riders and drivers. The mall will also allow tenants to shorten their store operating hours and provide rental support on a case-by-case basis.
Suntec City: “Safe management measures within these dining areas are in place and we hope this will play a small part in helping these essential personnel perform their roles during this difficult time.”
Suntec City is the latest to join the list of places that have designated spaces for essential workers to take their breaks.
Other places include community centres (CCs) and clubs such as Heartbeat @ Bedok, Sembawang CC, Kampong Ubi CC, Marymount CC and Toa Payoh East CC.
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