Cyprus police mobilized on Monday to deal with the first phase of easing the coronavirus lockdown by increasing the number of checks to ensure social distancing and stay home rules are kept.
Cyprus police have cautioned 217 drivers and pedestrians over the last 24 hours for violating restrictive measures to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. A Police Spokesperson told CNA that the cautions followed 12,092 checks, between 6 am on Sunday and 6 am Monday. Under
Cyprus police have cautioned 153 people in the last 24 hours for violating social distancing measures to contain the COVID-19 outbreak while serious crime has fallen by nearly 4%. The cautions followed
Officers from both the British Bases and Cyprus Police, took part in a joint COVID-19 operation in the Larnaca area on Thursday to ensure adherence to government restrictions on free movement. This
Police carried out more than 5,400 checks across Cyprus to ensure the enforcement of lockdown measures to contain the spread of coronavirus with 129 people caught offending. A police spokesman told CNA
Cyprus Police remain fully operational and in a state of high alert to ensure that everyone complies with government restrictions to contain the spread of coronavirus, Chief of Police Kypros Michaelides told
Cyprus police warn they will be unrelenting to ensure stay at home laws are abided by while recruiting the National Guard and drones to keep people in check during the coronavirus outbreak.
Cyprus police carried out 2,558 checks and cautioned 212 people for breaking the COVID-19 stay at home restrictions one the first night of the curfew, authorities said Wednesday. Police officers were also
Despite COVID-19 restrictions, owners are allowed to take their dogs for daily walks without having to send a text requesting permission to do so, as long as they are close to their
Nearly 500 people were reported by police on Sunday for violating strict social distancing rules during the coronavirus lockdown. Cyprus police told CNA on Monday that 10,494 checks were carried out in