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Three more restaurants fined under Manitoba Public Health Act

Arabesque Hookah Cafe and Restaurant was issued a fine this week for not following Public Health Act rules.
Arabesque Hookah Cafe and Restaurant was issued a fine this week for not following Public Health Act rules. Abigail Turner/Global News

Three more restaurants in Manitoba have been fined under the current Manitoba Public Health Act for not following the rules.

Arabesque Hookah Cafe & Lounge on Corydon Avenue was issued a ticket for $2,542 Wednesday for failing to comply with the act.

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Pony Corral on Pembina Highway was also issued a similar ticket for a similar reason Wednesday.

On Thursday, Ramallah Cafe After Hours on Pembina Highway was ticketed $486, also for failing to comply with the act.

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Strict social distancing rules are currently in place in Manitoba, although those will begin to ease on Monday. Restaurants previously regulated to take-out and patio seating only will be allowed to open with a 50 per cent capacity limit up to 50 people.

On Thursday, the province announced two new cases of the novel coronavirus.

Phase 2 of Manitoba reopening plan to take effect June 1st
Phase 2 of Manitoba reopening plan to take effect June 1st