The curfew that was imposed in sections of Gregory Park, St Catherine, has been extended for another 48 hours and so will remain in effect until 6 o’ clock Saturday evening, June 9.
Initially, the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said the curfew, which started June 5, would have ended today, June 7.
The JCF, in a press release this evening, disclosed the extension.
It said the boundaries of the curfew are:
NORTH – along Dyke Road from the round-a-bout to the intersection of Portmore Villa Boulevard and Dyke Road.
SOUTH – along the train line from Dyke Road to Municipal Boulevard.
EAST – along Dyke Road from the intersection of Portmore Villa Boulevard to the train line in the vicinity of National Water Commission Sewage Plant.
WEST- along the Municipal Boulevard from the train line to the round-a-bout.
The JCF further said: “During the hours of the curfew, all persons within the boundaries are required to remain within their premises unless otherwise authorized in writing by the ground commander.”
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