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Coronavirus: Paphos court issues fines of €2,100

Paphos district court

Paphos court fined three individuals a total of €1,600 on Tuesday for violating the movement restrictions in place to stop the spread of coronavirus.

A 32-year-old man was fined €700 for walking without permission at 10:40pm on Monday, while a 22-year-old was fined €500 for breaking curfew in addition to another €500 for having offensive weapons in his car. He was found by police at 12:25 am on Monday driving his car.

The court also fined a 36-year-old €400 when police found him at another person’s home in Polis at 9:40pm on April 17.

The court said, all of them paid their fines and were released.


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