Manitoba public health order enforcement teams doled out 58 tickets and 112 warnings last week, as well as six tickets for anti-lockdown rallies in Winkler and Winnipeg this week.
In a release Tuesday provincial officials said two tickets were issued after a rally in Winkler on May 1 and four tickets were handed out from a rally at the Winnipeg Law Courts on May 3. These tickets are expected to be included on next week's enforcement reports.
During the week of April 26 to May 2 officials issued 42 individual tickets for various offences, carrying a fine of $1,296; 12 failure to wear a mask tickets at $298 each; and four $5,000 tickets to businesses. Two business tickets were issued to the Christian Church of Morden, while the other two were handed out to Ship & Plough Tavern in Gimli and Wasabi on Broadway in Winnipeg.
Officials said of the 42 individual tickets, 33 were in relation to gatherings in private residences or outdoors and nine tickets were issued for failure to self-isolate. Twenty of this week's tickets were connected to a rally at the Forks on April 25, officials said.