Briton sentenced to two weeks in jail for breaking Singapore Covid rules

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Nigel Skea, 52, from Southampton, flouted coronavirus quarantine order to visit fiancee

A British man has been sentenced to two weeks in jail and fined just over £540 for breaking a coronavirus quarantine order in Singapore to visit his fiancee.

Nigel Skea, 52, from Southampton, is the first Briton to be jailed for flouting coronavirus rules in the city-state.

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