Curfew

A curfew is an order specifying a time during which certain regulations apply. Curfews are a common element of control used in martial law, though curfews can also be implemented for public safety in the event of a disaster or crisis. The word ‘curfew’ comes from the Old French phrase ‘couvre-feu’, which means ‘cover fire’

About Curfew in brief

Summary CurfewA curfew is an order specifying a time during which certain regulations apply. Curfews are a common element of control used in martial law, though curfews can also be implemented for public safety in the event of a disaster or crisis. The word ‘curfew’ comes from the Old French phrase ‘couvre-feu’, which means ‘cover fire’ The first formal curfew order was introduced in 1918 by the British board of trade, which ordered shops and entertainment establishments to extinguish their lights by 10: 30 p. m. in order to save fuel during World War I. On 17 October 2020, due to surge of COVID-19 cases and deaths in Belgium, Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announce a nationwide curfew from midnight to 05: 00 am local time. On the second anniversary of the revolution, January 2013, a wave of demonstrations swept the country against President Mohamed Morsi who declared a curfew in Port Said, Ismaïlia, and Suez. Under Iceland’s Child Protection Act, minors aged under 13 may not be outdoors after 20: 00: 00 unless accompanied by an adult. In Slovenia, a police police station and police officers inform their parents to get them to a shelter. If a parent cannot be reached, a child or teenager is taken to a shelters.

In the UK, a curfew is imposed on children who break the curfew and are taken to local police stations and told to get to a local police station. The restrictions came into effect at 18:00 and lasted until 28 September 2020. On the 17th August 2011, a nighttime curfew was imposed on. children who had run amok in the streets of Victoria after repeating youth offenses. In total, 54 departments and one overseas territory affected by new restrictions, comprises 46 million people, or two-thirds of French population. Under the rules, people in those cities cannot leave their homes unless for essential reasons, and anyone who violates the curfew would face a fine of 135 euros for the first offence. A second offence would bring a far steeper fine of 1,500 euros, or around USD 1,762. The curfew begins from 09: 00 pm to 06: 00am local time and implemented from 17 October2020 and will last to four weeks. The curfew began on 20 October 2020 and went into effect from 20:00 pm to 6: 00pm local time, with a time limit of two hours for children under 13 to be outdoors for longer than two hours. The limit of the curfew is based upon the age of birth, not the date of birth of the child.