Sixty-five (65) people were arrested in the last 24 hours, and the arrests made in relation to sporting activities show that the warnings continue to fall on deaf ears.  

Of the 65 arrests, fourty (40) were made in the Southern Division for sports.

The Southern Division recorded fifty-nine (59) reports in total, 40 for sports and nineteen (19) for breach of curfew.  

Seven people including two juveniles were arrested in Naitonitoni, Navua as they were found playing touch rugby by a team of officers conducting mobile patrol.  

In Galoa, seven men were arrested as they were playing volleyball.  

In Samabula, ten men including a 15year old were arrested as they were playing touch rugby along Reservoir Road.  

A second report recorded in Samabula saw the arrest of 16 tertiary school students who were found playing touch rugby at the Fiji School of Nursing grounds.  

The Western Division recorded four (4) reports of breach of curfew while East recorded two (2) reports.

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