Singapore imposes strict rules on citizens to try and curb coronavirus spread

Singapore imposes strict rules on citizens to try and curb coronavirus spread

Strict new rules have been introduced by Singapore to curb the spread of coronavirus. Citizens who do not follow the rules could be in for harsh punishments. Citizens of Singapore are required to maintain a distance of 1 meter from others, and failure to do so would result in a fine of $7,000 USD being levied on them. They could also see a prison term of up to six months.

KCooper
KCooper
Connie
Connie 1 months

You gotta hand it to Singapore! They don't mess around, the law is the law, so exceptions, not for citizens, foreigners, illegals, minorities. Some say the country is a bit sterile but it sure is well run, orderly, law abiding. Something to be said for those attributes.

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