33 Singapore landmarks will turn blue every Thursday, 8 pm, in May 2020 as part of the #SeeItBlue campaign. This concerted effort seeks to highlight the importance of mental wellness and also serves as a sign of solidarity during these COVID-19 times.
Singapore Landmarks Turn Blue
The different venues and landmarks that are turning blue to participate in the #SeeItBlue campaign every Thursday evening include ArtScience Museum, Esplanade, Fullerton Hotel, Gardens by the Bay, Helix Bridge, One Faber Group, ION Orchard, Marina Bay Sands, Cavanagh Bridge, National Gallery Singapore and Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall.
The importance of mental well-being has come to the fore in recent times with people spending time at home as part of the Circuit Breaker measures in Singapore.
For those who need help, the National CARE Hotline provides emotional and psychological support for those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and is manned 24/7 by trained volunteers. If you need someone to talk to, please call the National CARE Hotline at 1800-202-6868.
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#SeeItBlue: Every Thursday, 8 pm in May 2020
Here is a look at some of the landmarks around Singapore that have turned blue.
National Gallery Singapore
Marina Bay Sands
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Singapore joins the global campaign #MakeItBlue to help raise awareness of mental health issues especially during this unprecedented period. – In its inaugural light up tonight at 8.00 p.m. SGT, 27 key landmarks including our sister hotel, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore will light up in blue. Here in Singapore, the inaugural movement will be called #SeeItBlue. – The battle with COVID-19 is not just a physical or medical challenge but also a mental one. It is widely acknowledged that working from home, separation from family, supervising Home-Based Learning, and work suspension is causing immense mental stress. – #SeeItBlue seeks to encourage people to ‘see’ and acknowledge the importance of mental well-being during these unprecedented times. – For anyone experiencing any mental issues, #SeeItBlue recommends calling the National CARE Hotline. – The National CARE Hotline provides emotional and psychological support for all who are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and is manned 24/7 by trained volunteers. If you need someone to talk to, please call the Hotline at 1800-202-6868. – Stay home, stay safe ❤️ #SGUnited