Last week saw the lowest number of weekly enforcement tickets issued in Manitoba this year.
In the fall of 2020, COVID-19 enforcement tickets were being given out more frequently, with the province continuing to increase the volume. As restrictions loosened tickets lessened. This past week is seeing ticket volumes reminiscent of one year ago.
Last week six tickets and 58 warnings were given out. This includes four $1,296 tickets to individuals, three of which were for gatherings, and failure to wear a mask in an indoor public place.
This week saw the first $2,542 ticket to a repeat offender.
Since efforts began, 3,300 authorized personnel gave out a total of 5,145 warnings and 2,061 tickets. This totals to just over $2.8 million in issued fines.