Four Thai women were among the 10 people charged in Singapore on Wednesday (August 5) for holding an “unnecessary” gathering and violating social-distancing measures put in place to curb Covid-19 infections.
Singapore media reported that the four Thai women and six Singaporean men were caught partying on June 11.
Their trial is scheduled to start on August 28 and the accused will face six months in prison and/or a fine of S$10,000 (Bt230,000) if found guilty.
As of Wednesday, 908 new Covid-19 cases were confirmed in Singapore, four of which are imported, one is local, while the rest are among foreign workers living in cramped conditions.
This article was first published in nation Thailand