Police: 10 People Breach Curfew Regulations

December 21, 2020 | 7 Comments

A total of ten individuals found to be in breach of curfew regulations this weekend, the police have confirmed, with one person “found to be in breach on two occasions.

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A police spokesperson said, “Despite an advisory put out to the public that the Bermuda Police Service [BPS], was beginning curfew checks as of last Friday, the 18th of December, a total of ten individuals were this past weekend found to be in breach of curfew regulations.

“One person was found to be in breach on two occasions.

“The curfew checks were carried out at different locations across the island as part of efforts recently announced by Government to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

“Please be aware, the curfew is in place from 11:00 p.m. to 5:00 am.

“Individuals out and about during these hours, without an official exemption as outlined in the curfew regulations could find themselves summonsed to appear before the courts.

“If you are not sure as to who is exempted or how to apply for an exemption letter, please visit https://forms.gov.bm/covid-19/curfew.

“The BPS wishes to remind that we all have a part to play in stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus disease [Covid-19] and abiding by the curfew regulations, is key to helping achieve that objective.”

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  1. Triangle Drifter says:

    Sooo…has anyone been charged or is this like the big speeding & road abuse clamp down of October?

  2. Speaking of those that broke government Covid laws, where are the summonses for Caines and DeSilva?

  3. Southampton says:


  4. Toodle-oo says:

    There’s no shortage of people here who will do what they want , when they want and how they want to do it. Laws don’t apply to them , they scoff at people who do observe laws.
    For proof just take a 10 minute drive on the roads at any time of the day.

  5. Bdareally says:

    Let be honest why do we have this curfew? 11:00 I knock off at 5 that still gives me at least another 5 hours to go mingle with friends. Oh because we don’t want people out during the holidays like parties on New Years. I’ll just stay over that persons house all night, who going to sleep anyway. Oh right they trying to keep us safe by making us stay at home but still letting people on the island from England who have had an outbreak of a stronger covid strand. Oh the government cares about its people. Ya right! Get rid of this curfew cause it’s ridiculous and band flights from England then that will show you care. Don’t come back about the numbers are climbing and your so upset. Be upset with yourself cause you still have the borders open to places where COVID is spreading rapid. Blame yourself!

  6. mrsmcgooner says:

    Well that’s a much needed $100K in the government’s pocket…..oh, hang on……that presumes they will prosecute according to the law they just created, and that would be far too sensible.

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