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Economic Controls conducted today to ensure compliance of COVID-19 protocols.

PHILIPSBURG:--- The Ministry of Economic Affairs conducted several controls today January 11th, 2022 to ensure the protocols in place to help curb the spread of the COVID-19 are respected by members of the community and businesses.
Inspectors conducted controls on the following businesses: Supermarkets, barbershops, and Salons, some 38 controls were conducted. The inspectors found 32 businesses to be compliant, while 6 business establishments were not compliant. Three warning letters were issued, while verbal warnings were given to 3 businesses.
Inspectors found that there are non-compliance at bars, bar staff was not wearing masks, and supermarkets had no signage.
While all supermarkets were found to have staff wearing masks and or customers wearing masks and had hand sanitizer available for public use.

Public Transportation – January 11, 2022

· 17 buses controlled along Pondfill Road, Philipsburg. (This is the AM shift, the PM shift is still on the road so numbers are pending until tomorrow).
· 6 written warnings were issued for non-compliance with COVID-19 Regulations
· 1 fine for violation of Motor vehicle inspection Ordinance – approximately ANG250
· 1 fine for violations of Passenger Transport Ordinance – approximately ANG1, 300

Night Control January 10, 2022

Controllers controlled island-wide from 2300

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