Police continue to monitor travel around Anguilla | THE DAILY HERALD

ANGUILLA—Officers of the Royal Anguilla Police Force (RAPF) have been conducting a series of vehicle checks across Anguilla in order to enforce the regulations in respect of traffic movements. On Monday April 6, 236 vehicles were stopped and 7 persons were summoned for being in breach of the regulations.

Further checks are to be made and the public is advised that they need to act in accordance with the regulations that restricts all travel apart from visits to the doctor or hospital, the pharmacy, to the grocery for essential supplies, or for 1 ½ hours of exercise.




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