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COVID Curfew Enforcement Educational Only Here

With Nevada County now under the strongest coronavirus restrictions since the pandemic began, as well as an overnight curfew, the Sheriff’s Department has received a number of calls about enforcement. But Public Information Officer Andrew Trygg says it’ll remain primarily educational, like it has all year…

click to listen to Andrew Trygg

In a statement, Sheriff Shannan Moon says her staff will not use a suspected violation as the basis for contact, detention, citation, or arrest…

click to listen to Andrew Trygg

Trygg says it’s hoped that even a voluntary curfew, between 10pm and 5am, should help ease the recent surge in cases, with fewer people out. But there remains a major concern about large gatherings and parties during the holiday season and the best way to reduce infections is to stay at home, preferably with only household members, unless conducting essential business.

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