Police conducting COVID-19 compliance checks in the ACT say people in isolation have been answering the door in the nuddy.
Detective Superintendent Jason Kennedy, from the ACT Policing dedicated COVID-19 squad, this week thanked those in isolation for giving officers a “warm reception”.
“Although some of them may need a reminder to put some clothes on before they open the door for a compliance check,” he said in a statement.
“We did get a few surprises on the weekend.
“If you are self-isolating and need assistance, please stay where you are and reach out for help by contacting the COVID-19 hotline.”
Supt Kennedy said more than 400 compliance checks of people in quarantine and businesses operating under stage 2.2 restrictions were conducted between July 10 and July 13.
No infringement notices or warnings were issued over the weekend but a number of businesses were told to tighten their COVID-19 measures and controls.
Source: Queensland Times
Original publication 15 July, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 27th July 2020
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