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COVID-19: 51 Arrested For Social Gathering

The Southern Division recorded thirty-nine cases including six people who were all found smoking along the Omkar area in Narere, four were found intoxicated while another four cases were filed for drinking alcohol at the Kalabu area.
23 May 2021 15:52
COVID-19: 51 Arrested For Social Gathering

Seventy-two people were arrested over the last 24-hours for breaching Curfew Orders and Health Restrictions.

Of that number twenty cases were recorded for curfew breaches, fifty-one for social gathering while a lone case for crossing containment area was recorded.

The Southern Division recorded thirty-nine cases including six people who were all found smoking along the Omkar area in Narere, four were found intoxicated while another four cases were filed for drinking alcohol at the Kalabu area.

A juvenile with three others was arrested for breaching curfew orders along the Narere, Makoi, and Ratu Mara Road in Nabua.

Two were found loitering along the Nasinu road, four cases of loitering and consumption of alcohol were recorded at Kinoya while another four cases of intoxication were recorded at Valelevu.

Two cases of loitering were recorded at Nabua, five others were arrested at the Raiwaqa area for loitering during curfew hours while four cases of drinking kava were recorded at Nabua.

Sixteen people were arrested in the Western Division including a 34-year old man who was found to have crossed the Barara border from Lautoka to Sabeto in Nadi.

Two men in their 30’s were found drunk and loitering in the Ba area while seven other cases of kava consumption were recorded at Nayawa village, Sigatoka.

Alcohol related led to the arrests of five people at Vunavutu village in Sigatoka while a 34-year-old farmer of Ra was found loitering and drunk during curfew hours.

The Eastern Division recorded eight cases of which five people were arrested for being intoxicated, two men were found drinking home-brew at Dravo village in Tailevu while a 36-year-old taxi driver was arrested for driving without a pass.

Nine cases were recorded in the Northern Division whereby four men including a juvenile were found drunk in Savusavu town while five other cases of intoxication were filed in Lekutu Bua.

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