Another 17 people have been caught allegedly failing to comply with public health orders in Tasmania during the past 24 hours.
Tasmania Police arrested five people on Easter Saturday. They were charged with the failing to comply offence after they were apprehended for other alleged offences which included breach of bail, drug offences, assault and burglary.
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Another 12 people have been summonsed to appear in court for the failing to comply offence.
Commander Rob Blackwood said 79 people were warned or advised to return to their primary residence.
"It is unacceptable that people are selfish enough to breach these restrictions, knowing the seriousness of this health emergency and the impact of COVID-19," Commander Blackwood said.
"Unless it is essential, you should not be away from your primary residence and police will be speaking to you."
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To ensure people are not breaching COVID-19 travel restrictions, police are undertaking patrols and aerial surveillance of remote camping areas, coastal towns and cities.
At Kettering, police said 34 vehicles travelled on the Bruny Island ferry and all occupants were spoken to and found to be compliant. Last Easter more than 600 vehicles travelled to the Island on Easter Saturday.
Patrols were undertaken on the West Coast, including many remote camping sites which are ordinarily heavily populated at Easter. Police report there were no campers in the area.
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter has also covered a very large area of Tasmania's coastline. It was focused on traditional camping area and shack locations on the East and North-East Coasts, as well as targeted patrols of the North-West region.
"The helicopter crew located several campsites, and where possible, landed and directed the campers to return home. Uniform police on the ground followed up campers where the helicopter could not land," Commander Blackwood said.
"Overall in these locations it appears most people are getting the message - particularly in the remote locations where we would usually see it full of boats and campers.
"To see these coastal shack areas and some of the traditionally busy boat ramps completely empty is certainly something never seen during an Easter holiday period.
"Covert and marked police vehicles, and the Westpac Rescue Helicopter, will continue to undertake patrols around the state, so if you're away from your primary residence you can expect police to stop and speak to you about your movements."
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