the Government of Singapore has revoked the passport of a local resident who violated the quarantine regulations
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the Government of Singapore has revoked the passport of a local resident who violated the quarantine regulations, reports RBC with reference to the newspaper Straits Times.
53-year-old Elijah Victor On March 3 went from Singapore to Indonesia. He came back March 19, and received at the entrance a notice of mandatory home isolation for a period of two weeks within the framework of measures to combat the spread of coronavirus. However, on the same day, Guo went back to Indonesia.
the Man returned to Singapore on 24 March and received a second order from the immigration service. They noted that the demonstrated “irresponsible behavior” in the form of ignoring quarantine obligations.
as a result, the immigration service of Singapore has revoked the passport of the offender and referred his case to the Ministry of health. It can be fined 10 thousand dollars or to imprison for a term up to six months.
Without a passport man would not be able to cross the country but remains a citizen of Singapore.