Check back to this page regularly for the latest updates. For submission of news and information, please kindly write to contact@justrunlah.com. Thank you.

19 Apr 2020: Event originally scheduled – Ground Zero Run 2020

  • Event is postponed to 6 September 2020.
  • Race venue and time remains the same.

23 Feb 2020: Event originally scheduled – Run for Hope 2020

  • Event is postponed to 16 August 2020.
  • Race pack collection date and venue will be confirmed at a later date.
  • Please keep a lookout on their website and their Facebook page for further updates.
  • If you are a registered participant, no action is needed, as your run slot will be automatically transferred to 16 August 2020.
  • Please direct all enquiries to enquiry@runforhope.sg or call our hotline at 9010 6353. (Monday to Friday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, closed on weekends and public holidays)

22 Feb 2020: Event originally scheduled – Run for Light 2020

  • Event is postponed to 25 July 2020.
  • Race pack collection on 15 & 16 Feb (Sat & Sun) at City Square will still proceed.
  • Please keep a lookout on their website and their Facebook page for further updates.

15 Feb 2020: Event originally scheduled – Marina Run 2020

  • Event has been postponed.
  • New event date will be announced in due course.
  • Race Pack Collection is also cancelled.

15 Feb 2020: Event originally scheduled – Singapore Cancer Society – TalkMed Relay for Life

  • Event is cancelled.
  • To carry on the spirit of Relay for Life, which aims to bring together the community to celebrate cancer survivorship, remember loved ones lost or still battling cancer, and to fight back against cancer, Singapore Cancer Society (SCS) and TalkMed will be planning for a Virtual Relay For Life 2020 with an online virtual event and a 100km virtual run in March or April 2020, for participating teams to do their part in support of the cancer community.

7 Feb 2020: ‘Disease Outbreak Response System Condition’ (DORSCON) has been upgraded from Yellow to Orange

  • As there are now a few local cases without any links to previous cases or travel history to China, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has stepped up their risk assessment from DORSCON Yellow to DORSCON Orange.

Additional precautions for large-scale events

– MOH advised event organisers to cancel or defer non-essential large-scale events. For those who choose to proceed, they should take all necessary precautions. These include:
· Carry out temperature screening;
· Look out for respiratory symptoms such as cough or runny nose, and deny entry to unwell individuals;
· Remind participants not to attend if the participants have recent travel history to mainland China, and require travel declaration, if possible;
· Ensure that event venues are ventilated and are adequately equipped with facilities for handwashing; and
· Increase the frequency of cleaning commonly used areas; and
· Maintain a registration list of participants, if practical.

– Individuals who are unwell, on Leave of Absence, or have recent travel history to mainland China, should not attend such events.7 Feb 2020: ‘Disease Outbreak Response System Condition’ (DORSCON) has been upgraded from Yellow to Orange

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