Manitoba RCMP release statistics on COVID-19 enforcement

November 17, 2020
Winnipeg, Manitoba

News release

Between November 2, 2020, and November 13, 2020, the Manitoba RCMP received 253 calls related to COVID-19.

In 42 instances, officers issued a verbal warning. In eight instances, fines were issued for Failing to Comply with a Provincial Emergency Order, under the Public Health Act:

  • 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 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 9, 2020, Manitoba RCMP have issued 119 warnings and 50 fines.

Manitobans living outside of Winnipeg are reminded not to call 911 for COVID-19 related issues. Reports of non-compliance can be made to the Manitoba Government Inquiry line at 1-866-626-4862.

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Contact information

Cpl. Julie Courchaine, Media Relations Officer
RCMP Media Relations
204-983-8497

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