The Multi-Ministry Taskforce announced on 19 May 2020 that the circuit breaker measures will be gradually eased nationwide in three phases to allow activities to resume safely starting from 2 June 2020.

Phase 1  

During phase 1, preschool and student care facilities at SAFRA will begin to re-open. NurtureStars Preschool will resume classes for various levels on different dates as follows:

  • Kindergarten 1 and 2 to resume from 2 June 2020
  • Nursery and Pre-Nursery 2 to resume from 8 June 2020
  • Pre-Nursery 1 and Infant to resume from 10 June 2020

To keep our preschool children and employees safe, they will be required to wear either a face mask or face shield, except for children below 2 years old. The usage of common areas by different classes will also be staggered. Parents of NurtureStars Preschool children who require urgent care services before the resumption of classes can contact the centre’s Principal for assistance.

Kidz Treehouse Student Care by Kowabunga located at SAFRA Jurong will re-open from 2 June 2020.

All other facilities at SAFRA will remain closed, except some food and beverage establishments which will offer takeaway only as dine-in is still not allowed. Facilities that remain open will continue to adhere to prevailing guidelines by the Multi-Ministry Taskforce such as safe distancing measures.

SAFRA membership services will also continue to be suspended at all SAFRA clubs until further notice. These include:

  • SAFRA membership application/renewal and card processing
  • Collection and redemption of gifts
  • Collection of Treats & Deals vouchers

Those who wish to apply/renew their SAFRA membership can still do so online ( or via the mSAFRA app.

Other measures introduced earlier will continue to be in effect until further notice:

  • All SAFRA-organised events and courses are cancelled
  • All SAFRA interest group and competitive sports club activities and training are suspended

Affected EnergyOne Gym members will have their gym membership validity periods automatically extended by a duration equivalent to mandated facility closures. All other affected individuals who have registered for programmes, services or booked facilities during this period will also be contacted by the respective facility owners on refund or deferred arrangements, where applicable.

Phase 2

More facilities and activities are expected to re-open and resume in phase 2. The Multi-Ministry Taskforce will be observing the rate of COVID-19 infection and community transmission in the coming weeks and phase 2 will only commence should it remain low and stable. The safety of our members and the community remains our top priority and SAFRA will strictly adhere to all safety measures and guidelines issued by the government. More information will be provided when available.

The latest updates on all facilities at SAFRA clubs are listed below.


The SafeEntry national digital check-in system, which logs visitors’ and employees’ names, NRIC/FINs and mobile numbers to facilitate contact tracing, will be deployed at all SAFRA clubs from 12 May 2020.

Each club will have a unique QR code displayed at the entry checkpoint for visitors to scan to check in. The same unique QR code will also be displayed at the exit point for visitors to scan upon check-out.

The following are the simple steps on how to use SafeEntry at our clubs:

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Visitors who do not have smartphones or are unable to access SafeEntry may still check in by providing your NRIC, driver’s license or TransitLink concession cards for barcode scanning upon entry and exit, or provide these details to our checkpoint employees for manual submission.

The check-in process via SafeEntry complements the mandatory temperature checks and declarations on health and travel history that are still required to gain entry to SAFRA clubs. These efforts are aimed at further enhancing safety for our members and the community as the circuit breaker measures are gradually eased by the authorities. 

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All individuals who have returned from overseas are advised to refrain from visiting SAFRA clubs and participating in events for a period of 14 days upon their return to Singapore.

If you have a fever or any respiratory symptoms (e.g. cough, runny nose or shortness of breath), kindly also see a doctor and stay at home.

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Stay at home

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Avoid crowds

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Don't doctor-hop



Mandatory temperature taking will be implemented at all SAFRA clubs and SAFRA-organised events held at external venues. As a precautionary measure, all visitors and participants are required to have their temperatures taken and fill in a questionnaire to declare their travel history and contact details to facilitate contact tracing (if required) before gaining entry.

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We regret to inform you that entry will not be allowed if you have any of the following:

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Fever (38°C and above)

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Any respiratory symptoms (e.g. cough, runny nose or shortness of breath)

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Returned from overseas within the past 14 days

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Been in close contact with any confirmed case(s) within the past 14 days




The Ministry of Health (MOH) has also advised the public to remain vigilant and adopt good personal hygiene practices:

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Wear a mask if you have respiratory symptoms such as a cough or runny nose

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Avoid close contact with people who are unwell or showing symptoms of illness

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Avoid touching your face

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Wash your hands frequently with soap

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Cover your mouth with a tissue paper when coughing or sneezing, and dispose the soiled tissue paper in the rubbish bin immediately

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Monitor your temperature twice a day



On 22 March 2020, SAFRA was informed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) that a patient diagnosed to have the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) had visited Turandot Music Restaurant Bar located at SAFRA Mount Faber on 11 March 2020.

While MOH has not placed any operations restriction, as a precautionary measure, the management have decided to close Turandot Music Restaurant Bar upon receipt of the notice from MOH and the premises cleaned and disinfected according to NEA guidelines. Turandot Music Restaurant Bar will re-open on 27 March 2020.


On 8 March 2020, SAFRA was informed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) that a confirmed Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) patient identified as Case 138 had visited EnergyOne gym at SAFRA Punggol on 6 March 2020. He was at SAFRA Punggol from 7.36pm to 9.32pm.

The affected individual was allowed entry into SAFRA Punggol as he did not trigger any of the risk factors related to COVID-19 infection – he had cleared mandatory temperature checks, declared that he did not have any travel history to designated countries and was not in close contact with any confirmed cases in the past 14 days.

As a precautionary measure, all visitors and employees at SAFRA Punggol were evacuated on receipt of the notice from MOH. The gym along with all other possible areas visited by the affected individual were cleansed and disinfected based on National Environment Agency guidelines. All employees who were on duty and who might have been in contact with the affected individual have been asked to stay at home for 14 days to monitor their health. SAFRA has been working closely with the MOH on contact tracing efforts.

As announced by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on 9 March 2020, Case 138 has been discharged and we are glad he has now fully recovered. EnergyOne gym at SAFRA Punggol has been reopened on 11 March 2020. We welcome our EnergyOne members back to our now spick-and-span gym.

These precautionary measures have been stepped up since the MOH raised the Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (DORSCON) alert level to orange:

Mandatory temperature taking and declaration of travel history, health and contact details for contact tracing, by all visitors to SAFRA clubs and activities with strict entry requirements. All employees are also required to take their temperatures twice daily, and seek medical attention and stay home if they have any flu-like symptoms or are unwell.
Increased the cleaning of frequently touched surfaces to once hourly, and tripled the frequency of cleaning at common areas along with the provision of hand sanitisers.
Health advisories displayed at all SAFRA clubs and emailed to members to encourage good personal hygiene practices to keep our community safe.



SAFRA was informed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on 5 March 2020 that a cluster of eight confirmed Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases linked to a private dinner function held at Joy Garden Restaurant at SAFRA Jurong on 15 February 2020. These were identified as Cases 94, 96, 107, 112, 114, 115, 116 and 117.

Joy Garden Restaurant had closed for cleaning from 16 to 19 February 2020 following the dinner function as a hygiene practice. However, as a precautionary measure, the restaurant along with all other possible areas which might have been visited by the affected individuals was thoroughly cleaned and disinfected again starting 5 March 2020 night, with strict adherence to guidelines from the National Environment Agency. The restaurant will reopen on 18 March 2020.

All confirmed cases that gained entry to SAFRA Jurong on 15 February 2020 had cleared the mandatory temperature checks conducted at the entrance of the club. They did not have fever, nor exhibited any flu-like symptoms. They also did not have any recent travel history to Mainland China within the past 14 days of their visit to the club as stated within their declaration.

The safety and well-being of our NSmen and the community remain our utmost priority. SAFRA will continue to monitor the situation closely.


SAFRA will continue to closely monitor the situation and keep members updated.

Members can also visit the MOH information portal ( for the latest updates on the COVID-19 infection.

Please feel free to approach our Customer Service Officers or employees for assistance

The Management of SAFRA