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POLICE PUTS FINES FOR LACK OF MASKS - Police officers impose fines after the entry into force of the decision to make the masks mandatory for everyone on the streets, parks, shops and in any open or closed environment, to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic , COVID-19. Use of masks in outside areas became mandatory as of October 15, with fines of Lek 3,000 (Eur25) for first time offenders. The number of Covid 19 positive cases have started to increase steadily with the coming of fall in Albania, with the new cases in the last two weeks reaching 78 per 100,000.
Category: Polici
Friday, 16 October 2020


Police officers impose fines after the entry into force of the decision to make the masks mandatory for everyone on the streets, parks, shops and in any open or closed environment, to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic , COVID-19. Use of masks in outside areas became mandatory as of October 15, with fines of Lek 3,000 (Eur25) for first time offenders. The number of Covid 19 positive cases have started to increase steadily with the coming of fall in Albania, with the new cases in the last two weeks reaching 78 per 100,000.
Category: Polici
Friday, 16 October 2020


Police officers impose fines after the entry into force of the decision to make the masks mandatory for everyone on the streets, parks, shops and in any open or closed environment, to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic , COVID-19. Use of masks in outside areas became mandatory as of October 15, with fines of Lek 3,000 (Eur25) for first time offenders. The number of Covid 19 positive cases have started to increase steadily with the coming of fall in Albania, with the new cases in the last two weeks reaching 78 per 100,000.
Category: Polici
Friday, 16 October 2020


Police officers impose fines after the entry into force of the decision to make the masks mandatory for everyone on the streets, parks, shops and in any open or closed environment, to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic , COVID-19. Use of masks in outside areas became mandatory as of October 15, with fines of Lek 3,000 (Eur25) for first time offenders. The number of Covid 19 positive cases have started to increase steadily with the coming of fall in Albania, with the new cases in the last two weeks reaching 78 per 100,000.
Category: Polici
Friday, 16 October 2020


Police officers impose fines after the entry into force of the decision to make the masks mandatory for everyone on the streets, parks, shops and in any open or closed environment, to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19. Use of masks in outside areas became mandatory as of October 15, with fines of Lek 3,000 (Eur25) for first time offenders. The number of Covid 19 positive cases have started to increase steadily with the coming of fall in Albania, with the new cases in the last two weeks reaching 78 per 100,000.
Category: Polici
Friday, 16 October 2020


Police officers impose fines after the entry into force of the decision to make the masks mandatory for everyone on the streets, parks, shops and in any open or closed environment, to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19. Use of masks in outside areas became mandatory as of October 15, with fines of Lek 3,000 (Eur25) for first time offenders. The number of Covid 19 positive cases have started to increase steadily with the coming of fall in Albania, with the new cases in the last two weeks reaching 78 per 100,000.
Category: Polici
Friday, 16 October 2020


Police officers impose fines after the entry into force of the decision to make the masks mandatory for everyone on the streets, parks, shops and in any open or closed environment, to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19. Use of masks in outside areas became mandatory as of October 15, with fines of Lek 3,000 (Eur25) for first time offenders. The number of Covid 19 positive cases have started to increase steadily with the coming of fall in Albania, with the new cases in the last two weeks reaching 78 per 100,000.
Category: Polici
Friday, 16 October 2020

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