Safe Distancing in the Dojo

Safety is important for us

We always follow the safe-distancing guidelines of the respective authorities.

shudokan karate safe distance
shudokan karate safe distance

Latest measures

Updated on Tuesday, 20 July, 2021

On 20 July 2021, the Multi-Ministry Taskforce announced that with effect from 22 July to 18 August 2021, there will be a further tightening of safe management measures (SMMs) to curb the transmission of COVID-19 within the community.

According to Sports Singapore Advisory

  • the dojo can again admit only 8 trainees base on our 130 sqm floor area following the 16 sqm per person advisory.
  • High-intensity,  strenuous mask-off exercises are suspended. Therefore, we have to wear our face masks all time.
  • The biggest group size is also reduced back to 2 individuals and group members cannot intermingle. Furthermore, groups have to maintain 3 meters distance from each other.

Regardless of the actual measures, we also always take temperature measurements upon arrival.

Last but not least, everyone has to check in via the Safe Entry through TraceTogether.




Safe Distancing in the Dojo

Following the Sport Singapore’s Advisory For Resumption Of Sport And Physical Exercise & Activity For Phase Three (“Safe Nation”), since January 2021:

  • We do not have to form different groups of 8 people but during the trainings all players have to maintain a distance of 1 M in every direction to one another.
  • Wearing masks is required all the time  in the dojo except during the actual training when we do the physical exercises.
  • Temperature measurement is taken upon arrival and checking in via Safe Entry is compulsory for proper contact tracing.




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