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38 people fined €100 during police patrols

38 people were each fined € 100 during ongoing police patrols to ensure that no more than 3 people gather in public places, according to the legal notice issued by the Government.

In the meantime, no one was found to be in breach of mandatory quarantine during the 517 inspections carried out in the last 24 hours. Although tomorrow is a public holiday, the Authorities have appealed for responsibility and cooperation with the directives being issued.

Meanwhile a snack bar in St Paul’s Bay which was found open and serving customers was fined € 3000 for violating the regulations to curb the spread of Covid-19. In total 1,950 inspections have now been carried out on the Maltese islands. Abuses can be reported on 2169 2447.

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