Police Respond To Covid Breach In Paget

April 6, 2021 | 14 Comments

On Friday evening, the police responded to a “report of a Covid breach” at a residence in Paget with “approximately 20 persons standing on an outside porch” who were “reportedly not practicing social distancing or wearing masks.”

A police spokesperson said, “Around 8:30 p.m. on Friday 2nd April, police responded to a report of a Covid breach at a residence on Bostock Hill East, Paget.

“Upon arrival officers observed a group of approximately 20 persons standing on an outside porch. They were reportedly not practicing social distancing or wearing masks.

“As officers approached the residence, persons proceeded to immediately leave. The incident was recorded on police body camera and the registrations of a number of vehicles parked at the residence were also recorded.

“The organisers of the event were identified and a file on the matter is being prepared in anticipation of a court appearance.

“Meanwhile, there have been reports of groups of people gathering at parks and playing fields to participate in group sports. Members of the public are reminded that under the current Covid regulations, any sporting activity that causes the mixing of households is to be avoided.”

Police quote April 6 2021

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  1. Joe Bloggs says:

    Idiots. That is why we have more than 650 active cases at the moment.

    • Dejavu says:

      You people believe anything lol none of you stopped and asked why didn’t the home owner get arrested or why did they just let people leave. Because there is only one way out of bostock hill and that’s means they let them go. Now why would they let them go an the homeowner not be charged…because it’s not real!! Stop being so gullible

      • Tired says:

        There are two exits on Bostock Hill East, and not to mention that you are spreading absolute fallacies. Let’s all wear our masks, practice social distancing and adhere to the guidelines put in place by our government. Hoping that all stay safe during these unprecedented times.

    • Southampton says:

      Lock all of them up and make them do public work so that the people of Bermuda can see who these asses are.

  2. Sonia says:


  3. sage says:

    How is a group of 20 on a private house porch different than 20 people sitting around 2′x2′ tables at a bar/restaurant porch without masks?

  4. Vigilante says:

    What consequences can the organizers or attendees expect upon conviction in court? There might be some benefit to adjusting the next iteration of the legislation to allow for an immediate and substantial fine, eg $10,000 for organizing and $5,000 for attending such events…

  5. N/A says:

    Oh no! God forbid people try to enjoy some natural social interaction. They are such bad people for wanting to do that for a virus with a 99% recovery rate. People can be such sheep, Im really starting to realize that the overreaction to this plandemic is worse than the virus itself.

    • Exactly says:

      Finally somebody who’s got some sense!
      This is a complete over reaction to this virus. I supposed the same sheep would distroy 99% of there garden just because there are a few weeds in it. LMAO!! Just take out the weeds idiots and let your garden grow. Fear is an excellent weapon against sheep and it’s working.

    • sandgrownan says:

      Tell that to the dead, those hospitalised and those in ICU.

      The issue is, it’s highly contagious and deadly. Are you so unbelievably callous that a party is somehow more important?

      • sage says:

        I ask again, what about the groups of people, maskless and closer than 6ft, in front of the bars? Surely they, the government, the chamber of Commerce and restaurant/bar owners are equally callous?

    • Unbelievable says:


  6. Neptuno says:

    Agree with Sage. Outdoor meetings are allowed to 20 people.

  7. Where are the two exits on Bostock hill east? says:

    Yes there are two ways to get off of Bostock hill east and is through an illegal pathway to west

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