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16 WOMEN ATTENDED 20-PAX B’DAY PARTY @ HOUGANG, CHARGED

16 women between the ages of 27 and 48, were charged on 17 November with breaching Covid-19 Safe Management Measures.

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They had attended a 20-person birthday party held on 19 August at a flat in Hougang last year during Phase 2 after the Circuit Breaker.

The home belongs to Ngo Thi Ai, 36-years-old.

The 16 women who were charged consisted of Singaporeans, Vietnamese and Singapore Permanent Residents.

Each accused faced one count each of breaching Covid-19 social gathering rules.

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Ngo, the homeowner, faces an extra charge for permitting 19 other people to gather at her home.

She could be facing even more charges as the prosecutor asked for a 3-week adjournment of the case to finish up on investigations.

Ngo is set to return to court on 8 December after being offered bail of $5,000.

Her brother-in-law was also charged for being present at the house party, with his offence being labeled as “casual visit.

The other women who are being charged are as follows:

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  1. Mai Thi Kim My, 33; 
  2. Bui Thi Hong Mai, 41; 
  3. Ngo Thi Kim Thuy, 37; 
  4. Nguyen Thi Xuan, 37; 
  5. Tran Thi Phuong Dao, 40; 
  6. Tran Kim Ngan, 27; 
  7. Ta Xuan Anh, 48; 
  8. Vo Thi Minh Tam, 41; 
  9. Chhit Thida, 32; 
  10. Huynh Thi Thu Hien, 38; 
  11. Nguyen Thi Thanh, 39; 
  12. Lam Thi Lau, 39; 
  13. Cao Ngoc Tuyet, 32; 
  14. Ho Thi Cam Hong, 41, 
  15. Dang Thi Thuy Phuong, 34.

Upon conviction, they face a fine of up to $10,000 each, or a jail term of up to 6 months, or both.

Subsequent offenses carry a fine of up to $20,000, a jail term of up to 12 months, or both.

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