No tickets issued this past week in Mississauga for violating COVID-19 restrictions
It appears residents and business owners of Mississauga weren't willing to risk delaying the Province's reopening plans by violating current restrictions, or at least, if there were, they did so under the radar, as there were no tickets issued this past week for illegal gatherings or businesses operating in contravention of current restrictions.
During the first week of June, there were 15 tickets issued--14 to individuals for attending illegal gatherings, and one for a business violating COVID-19-related restrictions.
With the Province having moved into Step 1 of its reopening plan, outdoor patio dining, outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people from different households, and outdoor fitness classes for up to 10 participants are permitted, but indoor gatherings of people from different households, no matter the size, are still prohibited.
Additionally, while no tickets were issued, three notices of compliance were issued for violations of the face covering by-law.
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