Police Commissioner Sitiveni Qiliho says following further consultation and clarification on the sports that will be permitted,  non-contact sports namely Badminton, Squash and Bowling will now be permitted.

Qiliho says as most of these sports are played at their respective clubs, operators are warned that their bars must remain closed and there is to be no sale of alcohol.

Qiliho had earlier confirmed that people can play single non-contact sports like golf, tennis and volleyball.

However, he had stressed that the clubs are to remain closed.

He says those intending to get together for a friendly volleyball match are advised to limit the numbers to those playing and watching to less than 20 as any number above 20 will be considered a breach.

Qiliho says contact sports like touch rugby, soccer, basketball and others are still not allowed to be played.