Two persons arriving from Israel – a category C country – by boat at the Limassol marina were caught moving around in public instead of isolating themselves, police said on Friday.
They have not been fined but will appear in court later.
Only Cypriot nationals and permanent residents from category C countries are allowed to enter Cyprus and must self-isolate for 14 days after their arrival.
They were among the violations of coronavirus measures caught by police for 24 hours from 7 am on Thursday from 7 am on Friday.
Premises and individuals in Limassol, Nicosia, Larnaca and Paphos were booked for violating measures.
According to a police spokesman, 16 were booked in Limassol.
Customers at three bars and a café did not keep the required distance from each other, in 10 different businesses, people were not using masks, while three owners did not display the necessary signage.
Nine premises were fined €500 and one €750.
Seven people at premises in Nicosia did not wear masks. One was fined €500 and the other six €300.
In Larnaca a cafeteria was slapped with a fine of €1,000, again for a violation of mask usage, in Paphos, two were fined €500 each for the same reason, and in the Famagusta district, one establishment was ordered to pay €300.