Between May 3 and May 9, 2021, Manitoba enforcement officers issued 97 warnings and 60 tickets to Manitobans not following public health orders.
The province says 50 $1,296 tickets were issued of which 47 went to individuals who were involved in gatherings in private homes or outdoors. Three tickets were issued to people who failed to self-isolate.
Nine people were issued $298 tickets for failing to wear a make in indoor public places.
One business received a $5,000 fine for breaching public health orders.
Manitoba Justice announced that they continue to investigate all large gatherings and rallies and have issued an additional 32 tickets related to recent events.
Two tickets were issued related to the rally in Winkler on May 1, eight tickets from the rally at the Forks on May 1 and 22 tickets from the rally at the Law Courts in Winnipeg on May 3. Officials say additional charges are expected.
Last week the province announced that fines for people who have received two or more tickets have been doubled. Failing to wear a mask jumps to $486 while other penalties jump to $2,542 for those who reoffend.
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