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MB RCMP receive over 250 COVID-19 related calls in two weeks

By: Brayden Hnatiuk
Posted: November 17, 2020 10:40

Nov. 2 - Nov. 13 - 42 warnings and 8 fines were issued

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Manitoba RCMP received 253 calls between November 2 and November 13 of people failing to comply with COVID-19 health guidelines. 

Officers say of those calls, 42 resulted in verbal warnings and eight fines were handed out.

The fines included;
- November 4, Cross Lake RCMP fined an adult male who was not self-isolating as directed 
- November 7, Cross Lake RCMP fined a Winnipeg teenager for travelling to northern Manitoba 
- November 7, The Pas RCMP fined an adult male who was not self-isolating as directed
- November 8, Cross Lake RCMP fined an adult male who was not self-isolating as directed 
- November 12, Fisher Branch RCMP fined an adult male who was not self-isolating as directed
- November 13, St-Pierre-Jolys RCMP issued a fine to an adult female for having more then 5 people at her residence
- November 13, Peguis RCMP fined two adult females who were not self-isolating as directed

Since April 9th, the Manitoba RCMP has issued 119 warnings and 50 fines. 

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