At least 211 vehicles and 331 motorcycles were impounded on Monday night as the police resumed the 9.00 pm curfew operations.
“Last night, we carried out an operation to reinvigorate the anti-COVID19 enforcement measures, especially the curfew hours. During the operations, we impounded over 211 motor vehicles and 331 motorcycles,” the Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson said.
“The operation was peaceful and it was carried out in an orderly manner and professionally,” he added.
According to Onyango, 81 vehicles and 22 motorcycles were impounded in Kampala Metropolitan East, motor vehicles 45 and motorcycles 145 from Kampala Metropolitan Police, and 85 motor vehicles and 164 motorcycles from Kampala Metropolitan South.
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During the operations, some drivers were cautioned while others were issued with Express Penalty Scheme tickets.
Onyango has said the operation will continue today.
“We appeal to the general public to plan their journeys early to avoid being caught on the wrong side of the law,” Onyango said.
“We would like to remind all motorists that the timing of the curfew is 9:00PM,” he added.