Mother & Daughter Held In Gros Islet For COVID-19 Violations

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Police called the Fire Service Tuesday to take a mother and daughter to a state COVID-19 quarantine facility.

This after reports that the mother, 75, and the daughter, 47, broke COVID-19 protocols.

Emergency officials told St Lucia Times that the incident occurred at Massade, Gros Islet.

Eyewitnesses reported seeing fire service personnel in protective suits in the community.

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It comes against the backdrop of a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases locally.

Earlier this week, police summoned the fire service to take a man in his eighties to a state run quarantine facility.

As a result, emergency personnel went to a home in Castries where they escorted the elderly man to the institution.



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