88 people caught breaking curfew, 186 isolation orders issued


88 people were caught breaking curfew in the past 24 hours, of which 76 were
detained and appropriate measures will be taken for the rest, the Ministry of Interior
said in a press release on Monday.
Over the past 24 hours, the Interior Ministry issued 186 isolation orders and 77
people signed self-isolation statements, the press release reads. According to the
Ministry, no one has been caught ignoring home-isolation orders during police

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