Published: 11:49, 25 November 2020
| Updated: 16:14, 25 November 2020
It comes as more than 40 people have now been fined for attempting to leave the county and cross the Channel for a holiday.
Two people have also been fined for holding illegal parties at their homes, and another gathering was broken up at a pub.
The fines were issued during the current second national lockdown, which bans people from meeting in other people's homes and stops people from leaving the country without reasonable excuse.
But police say 'some people still aren’t getting the message', adding that 'Covid-19 remains a deadly threat'.
Since the start of the latest lockdown, officers based at the Port of Dover and the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone have been engaging with people arriving to encourage them to adhere to the rules.
Many of those stopped admitted to going on holiday and, despite the advice from police, made second attempts to cross to France.
As a result, 40 people were issued with fines since Friday (November 20).
Among those who received fixed penalty notices were two men and two women from Barnsley, two men and a woman from Ipswich, a man from Preston, a man from Welling and several people from London, Coventry and Essex.
A further 14 people were fined for attempting to leave Kent the previous weekend.
A man was also given a fixed penalty notice at a pub on the Isle of Sheppey after patrols attended to find people inside who didn’t live at the premises.
As of today (Wednesday), a total of 236 fines have been issued by Kent Police since March to those who have breached Covid-19 legislation.
Assistant Chief Constable Claire Nix said: "It is very worrying that despite the well-publicised national restrictions and advice, some people still aren’t getting the message.
"Covid-19 remains a deadly threat, one which simply cannot be ignored by those who feel now is the time to hold parties or go on holiday to visit their families in other parts of the world.
"We all need to play our part and make sacrifices to keep everyone safe and to support the NHS at this extremely challenging time.
"The government has been clear about the restrictions and we will continue to enforce them whenever we have to.
"Unless you have to travel for work or have a legitimate reason to be arriving at the Port of Dover or the Channel Tunnel, our officers will turn you away.
"We are working closely with businesses and other forces to police the Government’s response to Covid-19.
"Anyone blatantly ignoring advice will be issued with a fine and we won’t hesitate to increase the level of those fines for anyone who repeatedly breaks the rules and puts other people’s lives at risk."