Sumary of COVID-19: 10 people fined for holding a party in Halifax during lockdown:
- Smaller font Descrease article font size Larger font Increase article font size Ten people have been fined for holding a social gathering in Halifax early Saturday morning, during a time when the province is in lockdown amid a surge of COVID-19 cases..
- In a release, Halifax Regional Police said officers responded to a third-hand report of a loud party at a residence in the 2000 to 3000 block of Parker Street in Halifax around 12:30 a.m..
- “Police attended and found that activities were being conducted in excess of the provincially mandated gathering limits,”.
- Here how Under current provincial guidelines, gathering limits without social distancing are confined to a person household bubble…