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19 September, 2020
 
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Paphos businesses still not falling in line with safety measures

Almost one thousand police checks found that businesses across all Cyprus districts except Paphos were in compliance with coronavirus decrees

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Police issued fines of a total of 7,000 euros to six Paphos businesses owners who were found in violation of coronavirus decrees.

One of the businesses involved a seaside bar in Kissonegra, where waiters were spotted not wearing a mask as required by health and safety measures in place. The bar’s owner received a fine of 4,000 euros.

The owner of a butcher shop in Paphos was also fined 1,000 euros.

Four more business owners received 500 euro fines for violating coronavirus decrees.

Additionally, five individuals in Paphos were issued fines of 300 euros for not wearing a mask in indoor spaces.

Over the past 24 hours, police checked 987 businesses across Cyprus, with a total of six businesses (all in Paphos) and 33 individuals (seven in Nicosia, 14 in Limassol, two in Larnaca, five in Paphos, four in Famagusta, and one in Morphou), receiving fines.

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