Adhere strictly to Covid-19 measures, Bahrain Police tell citizens, residents | THE DAILY TRIBUNE | KINGDOM OF BAHRAIN

Adhere strictly to Covid-19 measures, Bahrain Police tell citizens, residents

TDT | Manama

The Daily Tribune – www.newsofbahrain.com

Police directorates and Security departments in Bahrain are continuing their efforts to ensure strict adherence of citizens and residents to COVID-19 measures to help battle the outbreak effectively.

In a statement, the directorates urged people to continue wearing face masks, restrict gathering to members of the same family, follow COVID-19 protocols at mosques and funerals, ensure social distancing in public places to protect society.

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Since the beginning of the pandemic, the directorates said they booked 88,440 people for not wearing face masks, pressed 10,360 charges against people not maintaining social distancing measures and carried out 12,056 awareness campaigns.

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During the same period, the National Ambulance centre responded to 16,927 calls related to COVID-19 cases through qualified teams of health and medical workers. The centre transported 103,009 patients since the start of the pandemic.

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Meanwhile, Civil Defence officials carried out 330,510 disinfection and sterilisation operations and supervised several with the participation of volunteers. They also supervised 2,355 disinfection and sterilisation operations with the participation of volunteers. The officials are also continuing to hold training courses on the correct methods of disinfection operations.

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The courses organised by the Civil defence had 2,238 people from the private and government agencies. The number of volunteers since March of last year had reached 6,134.

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Civil Defence officers also carried out 107 disinfection and sterilisation operations with cleaning companies. Police directors are also currently deploying field patrols in the markets and commercial complexes throughout the Kingdom to ensures COVID-19 protocols.