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Police issue curfew reminder

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The Bermuda Police Service reminded members of the public making evening plans about the curfew in place as part of Covid-19 restrictions.

A police spokesman said people need to make sure they give themselves “adequate time” to be home before 11pm.

The spokesman added: “The BPS will be out on the roads enforcing the curfew but also enforcing the speed limits to ensure the safety of the motoring public and our essential workers who will be still on the roads around curfew time.”

The 11pm limit – which also requires businesses to close by 10pm – was put in place by the Government to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

The latest nightly curfew, which runs overnight until 5am, began on December 12 and is scheduled to continue until January 4.

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Published December 30, 2020 at 9:56 am (Updated December 30, 2020 at 9:55 am)

Police issue curfew reminder

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