A group of 12 people, mostly from Britain, who went to Singapore’s Lazarus Island on August 8, breaking the legal limit for gatherings of five people. Photo: Facebook A group of 12 people, mostly from Britain, who went to Singapore’s Lazarus Island on August 8, breaking the legal limit for gatherings of five people. Photo: Facebook
A group of 12 people, mostly from Britain, who went to Singapore’s Lazarus Island on August 8, breaking the legal limit for gatherings of five people. Photo: Facebook

Coronavirus pandemic

Singaporean, expats fined for breaching coronavirus regulations in island outing

  • The Singapore woman and five Britons were part of a group of 12 people who gathered at Lazarus Island in August, breaking the limit of five
  • Another Briton was fined last month and five more are still to be charged. In June, seven foreigners were fined for flouting circuit breaker rules

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A group of 12 people, mostly from Britain, who went to Singapore’s Lazarus Island on August 8, breaking the legal limit for gatherings of five people. Photo: Facebook A group of 12 people, mostly from Britain, who went to Singapore’s Lazarus Island on August 8, breaking the legal limit for gatherings of five people. Photo: Facebook
A group of 12 people, mostly from Britain, who went to Singapore’s Lazarus Island on August 8, breaking the legal limit for gatherings of five people. Photo: Facebook
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