Police in Northern Ireland have fined more than 100 people for breaching coronavirus restrictions.
On Friday, the PSNI confirmed that 102 warnings and three fixed penalty notices had been issued to people who failed to comply with restrictions.
In an update this morning, police confirmed 107 people have now been fined for failing to follow the guidelines to stay at home wherever possible.
Amid an ongoing policing operation over the Easter long weekend, PSNI Assistant Chief Constable Alan Todd this morning told BBC that officers had broken up gatherings including house parties, barbecues and children’s play dates in recent days.
Some of the gatherings are said to have been of a dozen people or more.
He said fines were issued to anyone “who should not have been where they were and wouldn’t listen to the advice of officers when it was given”.
People in Northern Ireland are being urged to stay at home wherever possible, and only to leave for reasons such as grocery shopping, exercise or essential work.
The most recent data from the North shows there have been 1806 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 118 deaths reported to date.