COVID-19: Widespread compliance with lockdown measures

Police officers at the Delainavesi checkpoint. Picture: FT FILE

The Fiji Police Force has reported widespread compliance with the lockdown measures in Suva and Nausori.

Fiji’s Permanent Secretary for Health, Dr James Fong highlighted this in a statement last night saying they appreciate the public’s cooperation as they efficiently utilise the lockdown period to trace, test and, if necessary, isolate and treat COVID-positive patients.

“It is vital that Fijians living in Suva and Nausori continue to remain at home for the duration of the lockdown period,” Dr Fong said.

“If you see gatherings, or other violations of our health measures, please call 158 or 917 to report them,” he said.

“If you are feeling any flu-like symptoms, such as fever, dry cough, fatigue, loss of appetite, loss of smell, and body ache, please call 158. Our teams will respond quickly to assist you.”

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