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One sent to court, over 900 reprimanded for flouting Covid restrictions

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Police enforce curfew in Phnom Penh earlier this month. Hean Rangsey

One sent to court, over 900 reprimanded for flouting Covid restrictions

Authorities throughout the country on August 19 sent one person to court and issued fines to more than 900 others for violating Covid-19 measures including the night-time curfew.

According to a report from the Inter-ministerial Committee to Combat Covid-19, authorities briefly help 947 people for reprimand and stopped 197 cars and 253 motorbikes for the breach, issuing fines totalling 42,600,000 ($10,650).

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