Changes to current programmes and activities
Dear volunteers and friends of Tzu Chi,
Tzu Chi Singapore has been monitoring closely the progress and developments of Covid-19 outbreak and government measures. Going forward, we are going to implement more stringent measures to safeguard the health of our colleagues and volunteers.
Measures include, but are not limited to:
- Temperature screening for all persons entering and re-entering the establishments
- Health and travel declaration for all persons entering the establishments
- Guidelines for staff and volunteers returning from affected countries identified by MOH, which include leave of absence, home quarantine, etc
- Advisories to staff against all travel abroad
||Services resumed on 2 Jun|
||Services resumed on 12 May|
||Operations and services as usual|
||Resume services on 15 Jun, open for therapy by appointment only|
||Services resumed on 16 Jul|
||Services resumed on 4 Aug
Tuesday‒Friday 2pm – 7pm
Weekends and public holidays 10am – 7pm
*Closed on Mondays (except public holidays)
*Closed on the day following a public holiday
||Services resumed on 13 Aug
Monday‒Sunday 10am – 10pm
||Services resumed on 26 Sep
Saturday 9am – 4pm
||Suspended until further notice
*We apologise for the inconvenience caused for the suspension of all recycling activities. Let’s continue to do our part for the environment by bringing recyclables to the blue bin near our home.
||Suspended until further notice or switched to the mode of online training or study (e.g.: Volunteer Training Sessions, Book Study Sessions, Entrepreneurs Sharing Session)|
Last but not least, Dharma Master Cheng Yen appeals to all in this pandemic to practise vigilance and sincere piety, wear a mask, wash our hands frequently, and use serving cutlery during dining as preventive measures. It is also crucial to adopt a meatless diet to respect, protect and cultivate our love for all living beings. Only when we curb our cravings, we will then be able to enjoy lasting peace and safety. Let us all do our part in fighting this outbreak by being alert in our daily lives.
May everyone stay vigilant and sincerely pray for the virus outbreak to cease soon.
Tzu Chi Foundation (Singapore)
(Updated on 18 Sep 2020)