Forty people were arrested for breaching curfew restrictions in the last 48 hours.
Of that number, twenty-one cases were recorded from 11 pm Saturday till 4 am yesterday while nineteen reports were received from 11 pm Sunday until 4 am today.
The Western Division recorded fifteen cases from 11 pm Sat till 4 am yesterday.
Eastern Division with three cases, Central Division recorded two cases while the lone case was recorded in the Southern Division.
The fifteen arrests made in Western Division involved ten people who were all found drunk near the Savusavu bridge area in Ba including two juveniles.
Three cases of loitering were recorded in the Martintar area in Nadi as well as in the Rakiraki area while two men in their 20s were found intoxicated whilst traveling in a vehicle.
The Eastern Division recorded three cases where all were found loitering and intoxicated around the Nausori area.
Two cases recorded in the Central Division involved a man and a woman in their 50’s who were both found drunk and loitering along the Hunter Street area in Suva.
The lone case recorded in the Southern Division involved a 19-year-old female who was found drunk and loitering along the Grantham area.
The other nineteen cases that were recorded from 11 pm, till 4 am today, are all related to alcohol in the Southern Division.
This including two members from the Republic of Fiji Military Forces.
No reports were recorded in the Eastern Division, Central, Western, and Northern Division.