Police Crackdown On Lockdown Violations In Budapest

  • 31 Mar 2021 10:11 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Police Crackdown On Lockdown Violations In Budapest
Police broke up a party at a rented flat on Király utca in the Sixth District early Tuesday after someone complained of loud noise.

Police Lieu. Col. Róbert Kiss said 35 people were found on the premises, including 14 foreigners.

Proceedings were launched against them for violation of curfew regulations. Separate proceedings were launched against the 26-year-old resident.

Kiss said police took action against 655 people on Monday for ignoring their obligation to wear a mask, and against 475 people for breaching regulations on curfew and assembly.


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