PSNI reported that they issued 55 coveted notices after speaking at a party at seven homes in Holyland last night.
They added in a statement issued on Friday that three restraining notices had also been issued during the operation this morning (September 16) in the early hours of the morning.
They say officers in an apartment found more than 30 people “attending a party.”
PSNI says the three men locked themselves in the bathroom for more than 10 minutes and tried to hide, while officers spoke to other people whose home addresses were across Northern Ireland.
Chief Inspector Gavin Kirkpatrick said: “It is frustrating and disappointing that some people continue to ignore the clear and concise advice, direction and warnings given by the police, the health minister, the university and others.
“We will continue to dedicate substantial resources to this area as we work alongside partner agencies, such as representatives from Belfast City Council and both universities who have taken to the field to address ongoing issues in the Holland area.
“Both universities continue to insist that any student found violating health guidelines in addition to the scope of possible fines by the police may be subject to strict disciplinary measures which may include suspension or exclusion.
“Once again, I warn young people who have moved to the Holland area and who are visiting the area, you all share the responsibility of complying with health care regulations to protect yourself and others from Covid-19.
“Young people who gather or travel in this area should really consider their work for their own health and the people of the community in this residential area.
“A large number of people are behaving responsibly but there are some people who continue to behave recklessly and create disruptions for the local community. The police will deal with all incidents of anti-social or criminal activities. ”