NParks has live map showing crowd situation at Public Parks in S’pore is so you don’t need to jog wearing a mask

Useful if you still want to keep fit

NParks releases live interactive map showing how crowded it is in S’pore public parks

Getting bored at home because Circuit Breaker is in effect? Now is the best time to keep your body in good shape despite the situation.

In case you’re wondering, the government isn’t stopping you from getting some workout done in parks but you will still need to practice safe distancing measures.

Which is why you might see some joggers doing this.

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NParks Safe Distancing

Here’s the good news – National Parks Board recognizes the problem and has since launched a live map showing the amount of crowd or traffic in public parks around Singapore.

Here’s a sample of how the interactive map looks like since the site is still very much in beta and goes under maintenance every now and then.

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Things to look out for

When the icon is green, it means that the visitorship at the park is low while yellow means moderate and red is high. However, NParks still recommends keeping a safe distance of at least 1 metre apart from others.

You can find out more from NParks Safe Distance website here.

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