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COVID-19: 59 Arrests For Breach Of Curfew Orders, Health Restrictions

A 16-year-old boy was arrested during curfew hours whilst returning from a canteen while a case of operating a non-essential business was also recorded in the Makoi area.
18 May 2021 17:33
COVID-19: 59 Arrests For Breach Of Curfew Orders, Health Restrictions

Fifty-nine cases were recorded for breaching Curfew Orders and Health restrictions over the last 24-hours.

The Southern Division recorded twenty-one cases whereby nine people were found in the Valelevu area for gathering and loitering respectively.

Four were found gathering at the Raiwaqa PRB flat, while two students aged 18 and 17 years, as well as a 35-year-old woman, were all found loitering in the same area during curfew hours.

A 16-year-old boy was arrested during curfew hours whilst returning from a canteen while a case of operating a Non-essential business was also recorded in the Makoi area.

Two were found drinking liquor at the Navutulevu area in Serua while a 32-year-old man was found loitering along Marine Drive during curfew hours.

The Eastern Division recorded twenty-five cases whereby nine were found drinking grog at Vunisei village in Toga while ten cases of breach of curfew orders were recorded in Naivilaca village, Rewa.

Of the six people arrested in Levuka, five were found drinking homebrew at

Visoto village while a 42-year-old man was found not wearing a mask while traveling in a PSV.

Twelve cases were recorded in the Western Division including three men in their 30’s were arrested for crossing the containment area while seven people were arrested in the Saunaka area for being intoxicated.

A 38-year-old taxi driver was arrested in Waiyavi, Lautoka for driving without a pass while a 24-year-old woman was found loitering along the Korotogo area in Sigatoka.

The lone case recorded in the Central Division involved a 39-year-old who was found walking along Pender Street during curfew hours.

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