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Coronavirus: Two booked for holding social gatherings at their homes

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A shop owner was fined by police for staying open after 10pm in violation of Covid-19 restrictions. Two citizens were also booked for holding gatherings in their homes while another shop owner was fined for not having the appropriate signs as the decree outlines.

The police checked a total of 948 premises and six were booked, four in Limassol, one in Nicosia and one in Larnaca in the last 12 hours from 6pm on Friday to 6am on Saturday. One shop owner was charged for operating after 10pm, another one for not having the required signs and home owners after police found three visitors in one house and two in a second.

The police also checked 4,079 pedestrians and drivers and 74 were booked, 15 in Nicosia, 24 in Limassol, 12 in Larnaca, 10 in Paphos and eight in Famagusta. The Nicosia traffic department also charged five people.

 

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