Three female staff members were also given $1000 notices.
“No one is above the law. If you decide to ignore a direction, you will be caught, and you may very well find yourself slapped with a hefty fine,” Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott said in a statement yesterday.
“The fact that people are still not complying is the reason why we have police out in full force enforcing these directions.
“This behaviour is not only reckless and stupid, but potentially deadly.”
Two kids diagnosed with COVID-19 in Tasmania.
Two children are among the latest five coronavirus cases in Tasmania, with the state’s tally reaching 47.
All the new cases were passengers aboard the Ovation of the Seas cruise ship, which docked in Sydney last week.
One person is aged in their 70s, with the other two in their 30s.
The state is yet to record evidence of community virus transmission and has taken…