Thirteen Manitobans received tickets for failing to comply with COVID-19 prevention orders last week, the provincial government said.
In addition, provincial enforcement officers and police issued 100 warnings to people who were found to be breaking public health orders.
Between April 5 and 11, eight tickets worth $1,296 were issued to people, three of which were related to gatherings at private residences.
Five tickets worth $298 were given to people for failing to wear a mask in an indoor public place.
Since the pandemic began, the province said 3,683 warnings and 1,159 tickets have been issued.