Basseterre,St.Kitts April 28 2020(SKNVIBES)
JUST days after 11 individuals had breached the Emergency Powers (COVID-19) Regulations and were arrested and released after being sensitised on the current restrictions and safety protocols, police today (Apr. 28) had found close to 50 persons in breach of the law.

According to a police communiqué, Superintendent Cromwell Henry said that those persons were found on the streets before the curfew had ended and they were sent back to their residences.“This morning, at about 5:00 a.m., law enforcement conducted a vehicle checkpoint at various points around Basseterre. A total of 75 vehicles were stopped, 20 of them were found to be in violation of the curfew and the drivers and occupants were asked to return to their residences.
Henry was at the time making his presentation at the National Emergency Operation Center’s COVID-19 Daily Briefing.
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