Manitoba is continuing to enforce public health restrictions by issuing fines and warnings. Between May 10 and May 16, a total of 123 warnings and 70 tickets were issued to people who were ignoring COVID-19 public health orders.
Officials say that 62 $1,296 tickets were issued of which 53 were related to gatherings in private residences or outdoors. Six people were handed out fines for failing to self-isolate.
Five people who were not wearing a mask in an indoor public place were each fines $298.
Three business who were breaching orders received tickets for $5,000
Manitoba Justice reported that the investigation in to several rallies earlier in the month has resulted in 22 $1,296 fines being issued. Two of the tickets were for a rally in Winkler on May 1, six tickets were issued for the Forks rally on May 1 and 14 tickets were issued to people who attended the rally at the law courts on May 3. Officials say more tickets from those events are expected.
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