Latest Update on 27th Mar 2020

StraitsTimes: Banned during this period are enrichment activities or tuition for children 18 years of age and below at an enrichment or tuition centre or sporting facility, and the provision of goods, entertainment or services at bars, karaoke lounges, nightclubs or discotheques. Read More.

Update from MOH

Sports centres with indoor facilities (e.g. gyms, private academies) could limit the number of patrons, introduce physical separation measures, increase the frequency of cleaning, as well as issue advisories to reduce unnecessary contact, and practise public hygiene. Read More.

Will there be lessons in April 2020?
There will be no lessons in april 2020. Please stay home most of the time, drink more cooling water, revise your school work, revise also the swimsafer model answers so you can do better in the next swimsafer theory test, exercising, enjoy your hobbies, eat more vegetables and do not eat too much fried stuff. Also, do not focus too much on social media. Stay away from crowded place. In between, I will post some stroke technique updates so you can learn online for free.
Will there be lessons in May 2020?
We will monitor the situation in april. If it doesn’t improve and the govt is working hard to contain the virus, we may pause the lessons in May. Let see what is the govt update in April. AQZOG will inform you to resume the swimming lessons if any.


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DORSCON Explanation

What is the current Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (DORSCON) in Singapore?
How does the DORSCON color coded framework look like and what does the color code mean?
DORSCON color coded framework
Can we proceed with Private Lessons?
Yes we can proceed with lesson if you have not travel in and out of china during the Chinese new year period. This is only applicable to students who are currently in AQZOG Private Coaching Program. Private lesson is consider small group and it is safe to proceed.
Should swimming lessons be cancelled? Can the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) be spread through water such as via swimming pools?
[Updated 2nd Feb 2012]School swimming lessons will continue as scheduled. Our pools are safe and there is currently no evidence that transmission of the novel coronavirus (nCoV) is possible through swimming pool water. Read More.
Where can I find the latest update on such news?
Do not touch your face until you have wash your hand.

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