A weak Aucklander is afraid to leave home for a walk because of the violation of others. Alert Level 4 Restrictions.
Robin Brooks of Kohimarama Beach was recently discharged from hospital after a fight. RSV And whooping cough
He said at least half of the people he saw walking on the beach front over the weekend were not socially distant or wearing masks. It is not necessary to wear a mask outside. Encouraged.
He said it was “very dangerous” for him to go and stretch his legs.
* 19: Hamilton playground attracts violators.
* 19: No masks, no helmets – a large group of dirt bikes pass through South Auckland.
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“I’ve just come out of the hospital, I usually go for walks because it’s always been my routine. But what I’m looking for is that people aren’t just observing. Two meter rules, They are too busy talking to each other or do not wear masks.
Police are cracking down on lockdown violators, and 202 people have been charged since then. Alert level 4. Installed nationwide in mid-August.
The majority, 145, was on the verge of failing to comply with order 19. The other charges were failure to comply with a directive, prohibition or restriction, violation of the Health Act and restraining the enforcement officer.
During the same period, 515 people received police warnings for violations. Once again, the majority was on the verge of failing to comply with the order of Cove 19.
On Friday, police broke up a group of more than 30 people who had gathered at Mangir Mountain to play touch rugby.
The vice chairman of the Tūpuna Maunga o Tāmaki Makaurau Authority in the Philippines said there was no excuse for people to break the lockdown laws.
“For me, that’s very wrong – they’re putting Auckland in a weird situation where a lot of our community is trying to stay safe,” he said.
“It’s foolish for them to think they can do it. [play touch] In level 4
It’s wrong and shocking to think that oh sorry, I didn’t know we were in Lockdown 4.
Meanwhile, fences have been erected at two of Auckland’s most famous skate parks – Victoria Park and Gray Lane Park – after people pulled down signs and tapes warning them not to enter.
“We keep experiencing signs and tape removal and people will call us or use our ‘Report an Issue’. An online tool to tell us if the markings or tapes need to be changed, “the spokesman said.
“We are checking these sites frequently as our Concult Maintenance Workers will allow, under Level 4 restrictions.”
Level 4 has been caught by golfers violating lockdown rules. Collect to play At Chamberlain Park Golf Course