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Coronavirus: Business charged for employee not having SafePass

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Photo: Christos Theodorides

A Limassol-based bar-restaurant has been fined after a staff member was found without a SafePass, police said on Friday.

The owner of the business received a €500 fine, while the employee was also fined €300, a police spokeswoman told the Cyprus Mail.

The business was among the 42 bookings for breaking coronavirus measures violations following 4,793 checks nationwide.

The remaining 41 fines concerned individuals who were booked mainly for not wearing a face mask but also for failing to carry a SafePass.

 

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