WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 12PM CURFEW UNDER ALERT LEVEL 1?

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Published: December 15, 2020

 WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 12PM CURFEW UNDER ALERT LEVEL 1?

 

Please note that as of 15 December 2020, the curfew is 11pm – 4am, except for areas designated as hotspots, where the curfew is 10pm – 4am.

 

If you need to be outside your place of residence during curfew to perform a service permitted under Alert Level 1, then you need to carry a permit with you. Click here to download a template of the permit.

 

Who can fill in Form 7?

This form is to be completed by the head of an institution (or a person designated by him or her).

“Head of institution” is defined by the Regulations as the accounting officer of a public institution and the chief executive officer or the equivalent of a chief executive officer of a private institution.

“Institution” means any public or private institution, including a sole practitioner and any other business owned and operated by a single person.

Form 7 may be signed by the head of a small business in respect of employees, and in the case of a sole proprietor, by him or herself.

The carrier of the Permit must ensure to keep identification ready at all times.

 

As set out in the Disaster Management Regulations issued on 29 April 2020, as amended up to 15 December 2020, and the Small Business Development Directions of 12 May 2020.

 

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