Noting they have received “reports of individuals on beaches at public parks and generally out and about,” the police have reminded the public that the changes to the regulations do not come into effect until Tuesday.
A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service has been receiving reports of individuals on beaches at public parks and generally out and about for reasons not in keeping with the current stay at home and closure restrictions.
“The BPS, reminds the public, the changes to the regulations announced at last evening’s government Covid press conference, do not come into effect until 5:00 a.m. on Tuesday 20th April.
“As such the current stay at home regulations as well as the closure of parks, beaches, playgrounds and the railway trail, remain in effect.
“You are still only allowed to exercise for one hour within one kilometer of your residence and no more than two people together. Mixing of households is still not allowed.
“Again, the stay at home order remains in effect. The changes to these regulations do not come into effect, until 5:00 a.m. on Tuesday 20th April.”