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Coronavirus: 26 citizens and 9 businesses booked

ΚΟΡΩΝΟΪΟΣ ΜΕΤΡΑ ΑΠΑΓΟΡΕΥΣΗ ΚΥΚΛΟΦΟΡΙΑΣ ΕΛΕΓΧΟΣ

In a span of 24 hours, police booked 26 citizens and 9 businesses for violating coronavirus measures.

Between 6am on Saturday and 6am on Sunday, there were a total of 3,256 inspections across the country. Most of the bookings concerned citizens who were not wearing masks.

In Nicosia, there were 865 inspections of which four members of the public were fined.

In Limassol, 455 inspections were carried out, of which 15 citizens and one business were booked. Meanwhile, there were 753 inspections in Larnaca, where two citizens and one business were booked.

Officers in Paphos carried out 183 inspections in which one citizen and seven citizens were booked. In Famagusta, there were 680 inspections resulting in four citizens being booked. In the Morphou area, 191 inspections were carried out and there were no bookings.

Traffic police carried out 129 inspections across the country and there were no bookings. To the same end, the marine police carried out 113 inspections without booking anyone.

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