Manitoba RCMP have handed out an additional eight fines to people who are not following the COVID-19 rules under the latest public health order, and the province has handed out 32.
RCMP said between Nov. 2 and Nov. 13, they were called 253 times about the novel coronavirus.
Those fined include:
- Two Cross Lake men who were not self-isolating;
- One Winnipeg teen for travelling to northern Manitoba;
- A man from The Pas for not self-isolating;
- A Fisher Branch man for not self-isolating;
- A St-Pierre-Jolys woman for having more than five people in her home; and
- Two women in Peguis for not self-isolating.
RCMP have fined 50 people for flouting COVID-19 rules since April, and have issued 119 warnings.
Those who wish to report a violation can call 1-866-626-4862.
Manitoba handed out 32 tickets during the same period, according to the province.
“Across the province during the past week, a total of 32 tickets were issued for various offences including large gathering sizes, failure to quarantine and a northern travel violation,” said the province in a news release.
The province did not provide a specific breakdown.
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