The Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) says they have laid another charge for violating a public health order during the pandemic.
According to a press release on Friday, a 27-year-old man failed to remain in self-isolation as required under the province’s Public Health Act.
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The accused has been served a $2,800 ticket following an investigation and consultation with public health inspectors, SPS said.
Police are reminding people to continue to adhere to the current public health orders in effect to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.
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Earlier this month, police received several complaints regarding a group of people that had attended to several downtown businesses to protest the wearing of masks. On Nov. 13, SPS said they issued a $2,800 ticket to one of the key participants of group.
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Fines for not following Saskatchewan’s public health orders, in cases where negligence or misconduct have been found, may be $2,000 for individuals and $10,000 for corporations, plus a victim surcharge.
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