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National Police detained 3,586 people in November for failing to comply with the curfew

National Police detained 3,586 people in November for failing to comply with the curfew

As part of their monthly report, the security forces gave figures of the actions they carried out during the month of November and within the operations of the National Police it is highlighted that 3,586 people were detained for not complying with the curfew.
The mobility restriction from 11:00 pm to 5:00 am is within the measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 and in this report details were given about the number of people who were placed under the orders of the judges of peace for this cause.

Of the 3,586 people detained, 3,429 were adults and 157 were minors.

Since last September 14, by order of the Health authorities and within the economic reactivation, the restriction of mobility by gender was ended. Since then, the curfew from 11:00 pm to 5:00 am came into force

Since the pandemic arrived in Panama, last March, November is the month with the most cases of the new coronavirus registered with 32,208.

Jorge Miranda, director of the Police, reported that during this pandemic some 4,739 units have been affected by the virus. Likewise, there are currently 156 agents with Covid-19 and 13 in quarantine and 17 deaths.

On the other hand, the Traffic Operations Directorate reported that in November 44,111 traffic violations were placed; Of that total, 15,718 were penalties for speeding and 758 for proven drunkenness.

In addition, the National Police, the National Border Service and the Naval Air Service also presented their monthly report.
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