This as the country recorded its 13th fatality overnight, with a total of 899 cases.
Deyalsingh said he took note of an incident on Friday where police had to disperse a party involving 32 people.
He said reports were also coming in where bars were closing doors, turning on televisions and allowing patrons to follow the CPL cricket.
Families were also gathering in large numbers (the regulations allow for a maximum of 5), and it was these types of congregations that would thwart attempts to flatten the curve, he said.
He said the population has asked consistently about what Government was doing to protect citizens in a pandemic where more than 23 million had already been infected with more than 804,000 deaths.
“What is the public doing? ” asked Deyalsingh, who said that the space available at Covid treatment facilities should not be for anyone who infected while in a social setting, including at private parties and limes on boats ‘down the islands’.
He asked that people act as if the country was back to lockdown, and go out only for essentials.