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14 sent to court for violating Covid measures

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Phnom Penh police stopped vehicles plying in curfew hours on Wednesday. Hean Rangsey

14 sent to court for violating Covid measures

Fourteen people were sent to court while more than 800 were reprimanded and fined throughout the country on August 5 for violating Covid-19 measures including the 9pm-3am curfew.

According to a report from the Inter-ministerial Committee to Combat Covid-19, authorities briefly held 829 people, stopped 330 vehicles and issued fines totalling 44 million riel ($11,000).

Phnom Penh police stopped 1,205 vehicles plying in curfew hours over the first five days of the nightly restriction – 311 cases were found to be in violation while the drivers of the rest carried valid permits.

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