Sumary of COVID-19: Manitoba doled out 6 public health tickets last week:
- Only six Manitobans were ticketed for violating COVID-19 public health orders last week.
- In a release Tuesday, the province said three of four $1,296 tickets for individuals were connected to gatherings in private residences or outdoors, one $296 ticket was given to someone caught not wearing a mask in an indoor public place, and one $2,542 ticket went to what officials allege is a repeat offender.
- 1 COVID-19 death reported in Manitoba by health officials Monday Another 58 warnings were given during the week ending July 18, according to the release.
- Movies, casinos, museums re-open under Manitoba plan — for fully vaccinated Over the weekend Manitoba loosened its COVID-19 restrictions to allow indoor gatherings of up to five people, on top of those who live in a household, and 25 people in indoor public spaces.
- Outdoor gatherings are expanded to 25 people on private property and 150 in public spaces.
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- 1:23 COVID-19 fall outlook COVID-19 fall outlook Since enforcement started in April 2020, the province says a total of 5,145 warnings and 2,061 tickets have been issued to individuals and businesses, resulting in more than $2.8 million in fines.