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COVID-19: Fines, prosecution in court for repeat offenders of 'circuit breaker' measures

SINGAPORE: People who repeatedly flout the stricter safe-distancing measures as part of a “circuit breaker”to curb the spread of COVID-19 will face a fine or be charged in court.

These measures include a ban on dining in, as well as on social gatherings in public or private areas. Advertisement Advertisement First-time offenders will get a stern written warning.

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