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WATCH: Prof. Gauci says five €3,000 fines were issued

Public Health Superintendent, Prof. Charmaine Gauci, said that since the introduction of last week’s legal notice, five €3,000 fines on each case were issued to organisers of events, restaurants or bars who did not observe restrictive measures.

During a live interview on TVM’s evening news, Prof Gauci stated that these fines were issued following over 200 inspections. TVM is informed that the majority of fines were issued to owners of establishments in Paceville, from where the largest group of infected persons emerged.

Prof Gauci added that over 250 inspections were also carried out in retail shops, where 34 of them were fined.

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