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Coronavirus: 110 police patrols deployed all over the country

A total of 110 police patrols have been deployed all over Cyprus on Monday, which marks the first day of the relaxation of measures, police spokesperson Christos Andreou said.

Andreou warned people not to expect any tolerance from police due to the relaxation of measures. On the contrary, he said there will be more checks on the streets.

“We have to keep the situation under control if we want to get rid of the virus once and for all,” he said, adding that the ultimate goal for police is to keep the public health and safety at acceptable levels now that people are going back to work.

Andreou said that apart from the 110 police patrols on the streets, around 250 police officers on foot have been deployed all over Cyprus.

He added that the number of patrols is expected to increase gradually throughout the day and called on people to keep complying with the decrees in place.

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