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Concerns raised that other routes are being used to cross containment areas

Concerns raised that other routes are being used to cross containment areas

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Wednesday 05/05/2021
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Serious concerns have been raised that people are using other routes to cross from one containment area to another, however Police had earlier stated that they are now monitoring the cross-cuts at the containment zone borders.

We received calls from people residing in the Nausori Containment Area that villagers from Naitasiri and those living beyond the Logani Village border are using Baulevu Road and Kasavu to cross over.

Also, people living in Narere have told us that some people are crossing over from the Suva Containment Area to the Nausori Containment Area by using the cross-cut at Navosai.

Meanwhile, Police say they are monitoring cross-cuts but they cannot be everywhere to monitor each person's movement and they will need the assistance of the people in this case.

Police are urging people to call their Command Centres or their nearest Police Station if they see anyone breaching the COVID-19 guidelines in their area. People can call their Command Centres on 9905-457 for the Western Division, 9905-529 for the Southern Division, 9905-722 for the Northern Division and 9905-563 for the Eastern Division.

Please do not try to cross the containment zone borders as the risk of the spread of the virus is very high.

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