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12 Arrested For Playing Soccer At Queen Elizabeth Drive Amongst Arrests For Breach Of Sporting Activities

Fifty-two (52) arrests were made in the last 24 hours with breach of curfew arrests topping the list with forty (40) cases.
16 May 2020 09:49
12 Arrested For Playing Soccer At Queen Elizabeth Drive Amongst Arrests For Breach Of Sporting Activities

Fifty-two (52) arrests were made in the last 24 hours with breach of curfew arrests topping the list with forty (40) cases.

The Western Division recorded twenty (20) reports, Southern recorded seventeen (17) and East recorded three (3) arrests.

Twelve (12) arrests were made for breach of sporting activities in the Central Division as a group of men were found playing soccer at the Queen Elizabeth Drive beachfront.

Members of the public are reminded that contact sports such as touch rugby, soccer, and basketball is still prohibited.

Non-contact sports such as Golf, Tennis and Volleyball is now permitted.

Golf and Tennis Clubs will remain closed as bars are to remain closed until further notice.

However, those intending to get together for a friendly Volleyball match whether it be in your neighborhood or with friends are advised to limit the numbers to those playing and those watching to less than 20 as any number above 20 will be considered a breach.

We urge those who still need clarification regarding the restrictions to call the Police National Command Center on 9905 296.

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