Cyprus’ Police have carried out a total of 1162 checks on premises throughout Cyprus to ensure compliance with the ministerial decrees aiming to curb the spread of the Covid-19 outbreak.
According to a press release issued here today by the Police, during the checks carried out from 6 a.m. Tuesday until 6 a.m. Wednesday, members of the Police Force reported 21 premises and 43 citizens for violations of the relevant legislation and decrees.
More specifically, in Nicosia Police carried out 106 checks and reported 8 premises and 13 citizens, in Limassol 357 checks were carried during which 7 premises and 13 citizens were reported, in Larnaka 177 checks were carried and 1 premises and 3 citizens were reported, in Paphos 126 checks were carried and 4 premises and 7 citizens were reported, in Famagusta 247 checks were carried and 1 premises and 7 citizens were reported, in Morfou 149 checks were carried out without any report.
Furthermore, at Larnaca and Paphos airports, 21 passengers were reported for not having a Cypriot flight card.
Police will continue their coordinated and targeted operations with the aim to protect public health, press release notes.
The full responsibility and the diligent observance of the necessary measures, distances and hygiene rules by all of us are necessary conditions for the limitation of the spread of the virus, it concludes.