A seafood restaurant in Winnipeg and a chinese food restaurant in Dauphin are the latest to be fined under the current public health act in Manitoba.
Joey’s Only Seafood Restaurant on Regent Avenue was fined $2,542 on Wednesday for “failure to comply with the special measures prescribed in the Order by Chief Public Health Officer.”
In addition, Sung’s Restaurant in Dauphin was fined $486 for the same reason on May 5.
Manitoba’s current public health act states that restaurants cannot be open to patrons, although they can be open for take-out or for patio dining.
Manitoba’s Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Brent Roussin, and Premier Brian Pallister are expected to announce Phase 2 of the province’s reopening plan on Thursday.