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Passes not transferrable

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Emergency passes received for use during the curfew are not transferable. The person for whom the pass is intended must carry the electronic pass at all times.

A press release from Government noted that it is an offence to use a pass assigned to a specific person, and anyone doing so will be prosecuted.

In addition, although an individual may have an electronic pass, it is the right of any member of the Royal Barbados Police Force to ask for proof of identification. (BGIS)

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