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Over 3,000 held, one sent to court for curfew breach

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Police stopped more than 1,000 vehicles and briefly held over 3,000 people for violating Covid-19 measures across the country on August 13. POLICE

Over 3,000 held, one sent to court for curfew breach

Police stopped more than 1,000 vehicles and briefly held over 3,000 people for violating Covid-19 measures across the country on August 13.

They pulled over 1,326 vehicles and reprimanded a total of 3,218 people and sent one person to court, according to the Inter-ministerial Commitee to Combat Covid-19

It said police had collected fines totalling 53.8 million riel ($13,200).

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