Police officials made the first two arrests for violations related to current city-wide stagnation control restrictions, both of which were sent to the public prosecutor’s office for further investigation, the Macao Daily News newspaper reported.
Macau SAR authorities have ordered the suspension of all commercial and industrial business activities in the city for seven days from midnight on July 11, except for those that maintain the normal operation of society.
Approximately 905 people were primarily pet walkers, jogging, or wearing proper health masks until 3:00 pm on the first day of the new seven-day city-wide static management for possible violations of the new pandemic prevention policy. I was warned about the lack of. Until then, there were no fines or arrests.
However, as of 9 pm today, the first arrest for violating the new pandemic policy was reported by the Public Security Police (CPSP).
According to a Chinese newspaper, at 6:45 pm CPSP intercepted a man running at Avenida do Infante D. Henrique.
The study found that a 30-year-old mainland non-resident worker started jogging from his home near Avenida de Alter Ecosta in Macau to Taipa and then jogging.
Meanwhile, at around 7:20 pm tonight, police officers found a Vietnamese man in his thirties sitting on a stone grade using a mobile phone without wearing a mask.
The above two people are suspected of violating Article 30 of the “Infectious Disease Prevention and Management Law” and “Pandemic Preventive Measures”. They were transferred to the public prosecutor’s office for further investigation.
A fine of 240 days or You can be sentenced to up to two years in prison.
Police officials said today that the first step in monitoring the new restrictions is the process of advising violators.
“But in the future, various departments will step up community efforts and patrol enforcement measures and prosecute those who violate epidemic prevention measures directly,” the authorities added.
“The Unitary Police Services Citizens Protection Operations Center reminds us that every individual in Macau needs to work closely with epidemic prevention measures and stay at home.”