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Coronavirus: Three businesses, nine people booked after 2,232 checks

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Police on Thursday said they issued 12 fines after 2,232 checks for the implementation of coronavirus measures in the last 24 hours.

Two bars were booked in Limassol for €750 each after the manager was found working without a SafePass, following 165 checks in the district. During the checks, four individuals were also booked, police said.

In Nicosia, a restaurant was booked €500 for failing to check its customers for a SafePass while two people were also fined during the 993 checks in the capital.

Two people were also booked in Famagusta after 281 checks and another person was booked during 97 checks by the traffic police.

No violations were reported in Larnaca after 502 checks, in Paphos after 124 checks, nor in Morphou following 68 inspections.

Marine police also carried out two checks without any bookings.

The checks were conducted from 6am on Wednesday to 6am on Thursday.

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