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Not more than 50 people should attend any social gathering

Police have come back on an earlier notice insisting that all religious gatherings, weddings or funerals should receive Police authorization.

In a new communique signed by the Commissioner of Police Kemraj Servansingh, there is now no obligation to inform or request for permission from the police or to provide the list of invitees.

However, the communique noted that, at no time, the number of attendees to weddings or any social gathering should exceed 50.

Any breach of the Quarantine Act 2020 is punishable by a fine of up to Rs500,000 and to imprisonment of up to 5 years.

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