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Police responds to a COVID regulation breach

Police responds to a COVID regulation breach

Around 8:30 p.m. on Friday 2nd April, police responded to a report of a COVID breach at a residence on Bostock Hill East, Paget.
Upon arrival officers observed a group of approximately 20 persons standing on an outside porch.

They were reportedly not practicing social distancing or wearing masks.

As officers approached the residence, persons proceeded to immediately leave. The incident was recorded on police body camera and the registrations of a number of vehicles parked at the residence were also recorded.

The organisers of the event were identified and a file on the matter is being prepared in anticipation of a court appearance.

Meanwhile, there have been reports of groups of people gathering at parks and playing fields to participate in group sports.

Members of the public are reminded that under the current COVID regulations, any sporting activity that causes the mixing of households is to be avoided.
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