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70 people under police investigation for breaching COVID-19 safe distancing measures

70 people under police investigation for breaching COVID-19 safe distancing measures

16/5/2021 8:52:00 AM

70 people under police investigation for breaching COVID-19 safe distancing measures

SINGAPORE: Seventy people are under investigation for not complying with COVID-19 safe distancing measures, the police said on Sunday (May 16). ...

BookmarkSINGAPORE: Seventy people are under investigation for not complying with COVID-19 safe distancing measures, the police said on Sunday (May 16).On May 7, the police were informed about a gathering at a Greenwood Avenue home. Officers found 19 men and 10 women mingling, drinking and singing inside the unit.

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AdvertisementAdvertisementA 23-year-old man repeatedly hurled vulgarities at the officers and was arrested for using abusive language towards a public servant, the police said. A 40-year-old man was also arrested for the possession of substances believed to be controlled drugs.

The police found 19 men and 10 women mingling, drinking and singing inside a Greenwood Avenue home. (Photo: Singapore Police Force)In a separate incident the same day, the police said they were attending to a dispute at an industrial unit along Kaki Bukit Road when loud music was heard coming from another unit. headtopics.com

Nine men and six women were allegedly found drinking and singing inside the unit.AdvertisementAdvertisementNine men and six women were found drinking and singing inside a Kaki Bukit industrial unit. (Photo: Singapore Police Force)On May 14, the police were tipped off to a gathering in a Jalan Bukit Merah office unit. Officers found 19 men and 7 women mingling, drinking and singing inside.

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Name and shame pls! In a large people's community like Singapore with a diverse ethnic composition, it is inevitable for members to go against the current rulings. It poses a danger in our fight against this pandemic. Lots of ktv on the cover of “F&B” had been operating till late mornings and serving drinks way past 10.30 and allowing working ladies to move around... they were fined before but continue to operate... is authority serious on their enforcement E.g Neil Road rest & Club Jwels