More than 60 persons have been prosecuted in Manchester for breaching the Disaster Risk Management and the Noise Abatement acts.
This was disclosed by the commanding officer of the Manchester Police, Superintendent Gary Francis, at a press briefing yesterday, where he stressed that the police will continue to take a zero-tolerance approach.
He indicated that among the persons prosecuted for breaching the Noise Abatement Act are bar owners, promoters, and DJs.
Francis is appealing to residents to avoid attending events as the health authorities seek to limit the spread of COVID-19.
He also appealed to persons to adhere to the curfew hours, stressing that this will be strongly enforced.