TERANG police have warned people will be fined if they are caught breaching the chief health officer COVID-19 guidelines.
Terang police issued five COVID-19 infringement notices totalling in $6,156 on Sunday.
There were three fines for people failing to comply with the stay at home direction and two fines for people failing to wear face masks.
Police said fines were issued in the Terang area and the people fined were aged between 18 and 30.
A spokeswoman for Terang police said it was a timely reminder to the community that the COVID-19 restrictions will be enforced by the police.
She said anyone caught breaching the health officer's guidelines could be fined $1652 for failing to comply with the stay at home directions or $200 for failing to comply with the direction to wear face coverings.
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"Please follow the guidelines to help keep our community stay safe from coronavirus," she said.
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