Three more people have been fined more than $1000 for failing to breaching their quarantine requirements in the Territory.
Police have issued three infringement notices for failing to abide by the Chief Health Officer Directions issued under section 56 of the Public and Environmental Health Act 2011.
A 35-year-old woman in Alice Springs and a 36-year-old man in Darwin were found to be breaching their mandatory quarantine requirements.
A 45-year-old man was stopped at a biosecurity control checkpoint on Larapinta Highway.
It was identified that the man had recently traveled from South Australia and was required to be in mandatory quarantine.
The infringement penalty for an individual is $1099 and $5495 for a business.
A Darwin hotel received the larger fine on the weekend for failing to serve meals with drinks as required, among other breaches.
NT Police and Environmental Health Officers continue to undertake compliance activities.
A total of 11,698 compliance checks have now been completed and 60 fines issued.
A total of 455 people are still in forced quarantine across the Territory.
On Saturday, the NT Government announced restrictions on travel through the biosecurity zones within the NT would be lifted on June 5.
NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner is resisting growing pressure to re-open the NT's borders.
Meanwhile, in other free community news, Katherine firefighters will be undertaking prescribed burning tomorrow along the Stuart Highway between Zimin Drive and Morey Road.
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