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Singaporean gets four months jail for COVID-19 Facebook post

Reuters Thursday, 28 May 2020
Singapore jailed a taxi driver for four months on Wednesday over a Facebook post in which he falsely claimed food outlets would close and urged people to stock up due to impending COVID-19 restrictions.
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