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Serangoon Road hostel, Crave nasi lemak outlet fined for breaching COVID-19 safety requirements

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SINGAPORE: A hostel in the Serangoon Road area and an outlet of the Crave nasi lemak chain have been fined for breaching safety requirements related to the COVID-19 outbreak, said Enterprise Singapore and the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) in a joint press release on Friday (Apr 17).

The Gap Year Hostel at 322 Lavender Street was fined S$2,000 after enforcement checks on Wednesday found that it had failed to keep a record of people who left the hostel premises each day, a requirement imposed as

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