The Lock Down Police: Officers conduct nearly Ninety samples on people who need to isolate themselves and discover that Australians are ignoring the rules
Hundreds of police officers have taken nearly 90 samples from Australians who should isolate themselves because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Victoria Police Chief Graham Ashton AM said about 380 police officers conducted random checks in the state on Thursday.
Mr. Ashton said they visited 88 people who had to be quarantined for two weeks and seven people were not at home.
“We are tracking where those people are,” he said.
Victoria Police Commissioner Graham Ashton AM said about 380 police officers conducted random checks in the state on Thursday
“We had a few people who gave Border Force the wrong information about where to go when they returned from overseas, so we follow up on that, of course.”
The majority of the people they visited did “what to do insofar as they isolated themselves.”
“We’ve had a lot of calls to the police line about people wanting to report people they think don’t isolate themselves, but also companies they think are open when they shouldn’t be,” he said. .
“We had a few phone calls about people’s meetings that people are concerned about, so we were looking for an answer to all those calls.”