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Police Chief Calls For United Effort

“This doesn’t mean that only those living in these lockdown areas are to be abided by the restrictions, every Fijians is requested to follow the instructions that were issued by the Prime Minister.
21 Apr 2021 11:35
Police Chief Calls For United Effort
Police operations are underway in the Western Division. Photo: Fiji Police Force

Acting Police Commissioner Rusiate Tudravu has called on all Fijians and stakeholders to work together by following the strict measures imposed by the Government for the next 14 days.

He said his officers continued to monitor the lockdown areas in the Western Division.

However, he added that it  would be helpful that if all those living in the non-lockdown areas also followed restrictions and co-operated with respective government agencies.

“I am advising members of the general public to please bear with us and follow restrictions that have been issued on non-work gatherings such as social and sports activities, no religious services, and these are all to be adhered to within 14 days,” he said.

“This doesn’t mean that only those living in these lockdown areas are to be abided by the restrictions, every Fijians is requested to follow the instructions that were issued by the Prime Minister.

At this stage, officers are strictly monitoring the movement of people within the lockdown areas from Qeleloa bearing towards Sigatoka to Nacilau, Vakabuli and the Waiwai Crossing bearing towards Ba.

Feedback: shalveen.chand@fijisun.com.fj

 

 



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