Coast Guard To Enforce Covid-19 Regulations

May 26, 2020 | 3 Comments

“Over the coming holiday weekend the Coast Guard will be actively enforcing the Covid-19 Regulations,” Minister Wayne Caines said.

Speaking at last night’s [May 25] press briefing, Minister Caines said, “This past weekend, the Coast Guard engaged with 339 vessels, issued 32 warnings, 27 of which were for the curfew violations.

“Some of the boating public are blurring the definition of “rafting up” – physical distancing between boats and people in the water has definitely been lacking.

“Again we are urging recreational boaters to please observe the health guidelines in place to ensure the safety of yourself and others.

“The RBR have been making visits to restaurants and retail areas. Over the coming holiday weekend the Coast Guard will be actively enforcing the Covid-19 Regulations.”

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  1. sandgrownan says:

    Have you noticed how the Coastguard have only two speeds on their boats? Idle and ‘jammin’” ?

    Fun also to see them playing with their Jet ski and rib last week.

  2. Bring_it says:

    Wake up sheep. This is all unconstitutional! Never seen so many people that are ok with their rights being trampled on. Boot lickers!

  3. Orlando says:

    I think it is ever so important to enforce the law , where breaches are happening say, i.e. past 10;30pm..this thing about warnings is not sending a message…at least ten persons appeared in court during the phase one period….and folks are doing whatever in phase two…

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