Wednesday 25 November, 2020

Caught in the act: Beachgoers rewarded for wearing face masks

The ISOS officers rewarded beachgoers who were ‘Caught in the Act’ wearing their masks and observing social distancing practices while enjoying their day out. (Photo: Trinidad and Tobago Police Service)

The ISOS officers rewarded beachgoers who were ‘Caught in the Act’ wearing their masks and observing social distancing practices while enjoying their day out. (Photo: Trinidad and Tobago Police Service)

Beachgoers were rewarded by police officers for wearing their masks and adhering to the COVID-19 regulations.

With the reopening of beaches on Monday, a party of officers from the Maracas Bay Police Station, the North Eastern Division Traffic Unit, the ISOS Unit and motorcyclists of the Traffic Branch Unit, conducted both mobile and foot patrols from as early as 8:30am on Saturday, along the North Coast Road.

The ISOS officers rewarded beachgoers who were ‘Caught in the Act’ wearing their masks and observing social distancing practices while enjoying their day out.

They received KFC vouchers for adhering to the Public Health Guidelines.

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) posted highlights of the initiative on its Facebook page. 

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