Ten ticketed for being too close on V-day

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The Police continue to appeal to residents of Antigua and Barbuda to desist from engaging in any form of illegal gatherings, and adhere to all Covid-19 Health Protocols.

On Sunday 14th February, ten people were ticketed by members of the Joint Task Force for breaching Social Gathering Protocols.

The group of males and females, ages 13yrs to 27yrs, were found inside a room at the Royal Cove Hotel in Jennings breaching the health protocols.

They were also found without wearing face masks, and were ticketed for the offence.

The owner of the property was also ticketed for committing the said offences.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. That’s the real question

  2. I’m just so lost for words over this crap… Where are the parents for these children involved in this whatever this is…

  3. Agree with above commentators.

    Question to police – What other geographic areas did you check and successfully ticket? Curious about Crosbies, Hodges Bay, Paradise View, Cedar Valley Springs, Jumby Bay, Jolly Harbour, English Harbour, densely populated areas in town & all saints?

    • Check Hodges Bay resort? Give me an aspirin.

      They are still catering to their celebs. Think one had big dinner/party over the weekend too no? Guess police only had strength for this venue.

      Anyway, since Hodges Bay is tearing open, I hope the celebs pay or leave enough money behind so the can finally pay the workers who were protesting for their severance.

  4. Hmmm… but why does the hotel room have 13 year olds and 27 year olds??? Are they family? Related? Was there alcohol involved ??? Protect our children!

    That’s the real story here

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