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SINGAPORE: A Singaporean's passport was cancelled by authorities after he breached stay-home notice requirements. The case has also been referred to the Ministry of Health (MOH) for investigation, the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) said in a news release on Sunday (Mar 29). Advertisement Advertisement. READ: COVID-19: WHAT IT\'S LIKE SERVING A STAY-HOME NOTICE IN A HOTEL. READ: JAIL TERMS, FINES FOR THOSE WHO BREACH COVID-19 SAFE-DISTANCING RULES, STAY-HOME NOTICE. Goh Illya Victor, 53, had travelled from Singapore to Batam, Indonesia, on Mar 3, 2020, and returned to Singapore through Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal on Mar 19, 2020. When Goh entered Singapore, he was served with a st... Full story

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