Superintendent Lyndon David, Divisional Commander of the Nevis Division, Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, giving updates from the police at the July 20 Nevis COVID-19 EOC Briefing.

CHARLESTOWN, Nevis – Beach-goers and others engaging in sporting activities in Nevis are being commended for adhering to the COVID-19 regulations and protocols.

Superintendent Lyndon David, Divisional Commander of the Nevis Division, Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, in his presentation at the Nevis COVID-19 EOC Briefing on July 20, credited those persons visiting beaches for maintaining social distancing and not having large gatherings.

“Having made some visits to some of the beaches, I realise there are a number of persons who are trying their best to ensure they comply with the regulations and I would want to say, continue to do so,” said Superintendent David.

He took the opportunity to remind citizens and residents that there should be no picnics at the beaches, and no parties, especially social gatherings where large groups of persons would be in attendance.

David said those could easily cause the transmission of the COVID-19, which would create a problem in the Federation. Members of the same family are permitted to congregate in small groups at the beach.

The superintendent said there have been no challenges with persons practising sports or conducting sporting exercises, as they have also been largely compliant with the COVID-19 regulations.

“To all sporting organisations, teams, and clubs, continue to ensure your athletes and participants are compliant with the protocols of the regulations,” concluded Superintendent David.