First time no one breached law on public gatherings

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Miguela Xuereb

No fines were handed out today to people caught in groups of more than four persons in public places. This was the first time that no one was fined €100 for breaking this law since the Government amended this law to allow groups of four in public places rather than three.

This was announced in the daily coronavirus bulletin published by the Government.

No one was found breaking obligatory quarantine during the 348 inspections carried out in the last 24 hours either.

The authorities’ appeal remains that everyone should be responsible and cooperate with the directives being issued by the authorities.

Three new coronavirus cases were announced today, whilst Prof. Charmaine Gauci also announced that the 72 year old man who spent around a month in ITU was discharged from hospital. The authorities welcomed this as a very good sign.

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