A man who was supposed to be in quarantine has been discovered by chance having a coffee in a Katherine cafe.
The 40-year-old arriving into the Territory on July 1 and was supposed by still be in self-quarantine.
He was spotted by a quarantine compliance team members at the cafe.
The man said he was out "doing errands" and wanted a coffee.
He was reminded him of his quarantine rules and issued a fine for $1106.
The man was among seven other quarantine fines handed out over the weekend.
The NT's borders open to all but Victoria on Friday.
In other quarantine breaches, a 25-year-old man in Driver, who arrived in the Territory on June 24 received his third fine.
The man had been absent from his residence for a third time during compliance checks and police were unable to locate him for a number of days.
He advised police that he had been in Adelaide River for a funeral.
A 23-year-old woman, who arrived in the Territory on July 7 , dropped her child off at a childcare centre in Coconut Grove.
Staff were aware the woman had recently traveled. Police attended her residence and she was issued a fine.
A 39-year-old woman in Virginia and a 48-year-old man in the Narrows were both absent from their homes at the time of compliance checks. Both were issued a fine.
A compliance team was conducting checks in Howard Springs on a 37-year-old man who has previously been cautioned for leaving his residence.
Upon arrival the man was absent from the property.
Police attempted to contact the man and he continued to hang up on them.
The compliance team left and returned later to speak with the man who stated he would contest the fine in court.
Police also identified that his driver's licence was suspended.
A 22-year-old woman from Alice Springs had arrived in the Territory on June 27.
Police had been trying to locate the woman after she was absent from her accommodation for a number of days.
The woman was identified on social media to be attending a licensed premise in Alice Springs. Police were able to track her down and issue her a fine.
The infringement penalty for failing to abide by the Chief Health Officer Directions issued under section 56 of the Public and Environmental Health Act 2011 is $1106 for an individual and $5530 for a business.
NT Police and Environment Health Officers continue to undertake compliance activities.
A total of 25,487 compliance checks have now been completed and 131 fines issued.
For information on the changes of quarantine requirements, visit www.coronavirus.nt.gov.au.
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