RCMP Manitoba says the most common reason for being fined for Failing to Comply is not isolated as directed.
Between November 2 and 13, RCMP Manitoba received 253 calls regarding COVID-19.
In November, officers handed out eight fines under the Public Health Act for Failing to Comply with a Provincial Emergency Order:
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 than 5 people at her residence
November 13, Peguis RCMP fined two adult females who were not self-isolating as directed
In this time period, 42 verbal warnings were given.
Since April 9, RCMP has given out 119 warnings and 50 fines.
RCMP Manitoba says that if reporting COVID-19 issues, to not call 911. Instead, they are asking residents to call under the Manitoba Government Inquiry line at 1-866-626-4862.
Those in Winnipeg can call 311.