Two or three cannot be a crowd. But during the stressful Covid-19 epidemic situation in Singapore, people can only go to public places with a maximum of 2 people.
From May 16 to June 13, Singapore only allows a group of 2 people to go to public places instead of 5 people as before. In the photo, a girl rests her head on her boyfriend’s shoulder while waiting to cross the street. The image was taken at a traffic junction in Orchard Road on May 21. Groups of two people going out together can be relatives or acquaintances. They can also be colleagues or random strangers paired up. As a man in the Boon Lay neighborhood on May 18 chose a feral cat living in the same neighborhood as his “teammate”. The two seem to have the entire East Coast Park beach to themselves. The image was taken on May 16, the first day of the application of the new distancing rule in Singapore. Two office workers share an umbrella on a rainy afternoon. The image was recorded on May 17 on Cross Street. An elderly couple weaves their way through sealed tables at Block 448, Clementi Market on May 16. A couple eats breakfast in their car in the parking lot at Newton Hawker Center at 7:30 a.m. on May 18. Rows of tables and chairs are sealed with duct tape at a food court in Toa Payoh Hub on May 18. Rain or shine, two Tampines Town Council cleaners work as usual. The image was taken on May 18. Two pedestrians strode one after another in a downpour on Newton Street. The image was taken on May 18. Two couples walking on Orchard Road on May 21. A couple dine at Keppel Island during sunset on May 26.