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Covid-19: 113 arrested in Fiji for breaching restrictions

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SUVA (Fiji Times/Pacnews) — Fiji Police Commissioner Brig. Gen. Sitiveni Qiliho said he was very concerned at the level of complacency among Fijians after 113 people were arrested Sunday for breaching Covid-19 restrictions.


He said this number also included a case of alleged breach of self-quarantine
The police commissioner said breach of social gathering arrests accounted for 88 cases while 24 cases were for curfew breaches.
He said the Western Division recorded the highest number of social gathering breaches with 44 reports, whereas the south and eastern divisions both recorded 22 cases.
Qiliho said the west also recorded the highest number of curfew breaches with 12 arrests, nine in the south and three in the Eastern Division.
“The case of the self-quarantine breach has been dealt with and the accused who is an overseas based rugby player has been charged and will be produced in court today,” he said.

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