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COVID-19 enforcement statistics information
Halifax Regional Police is providing an update in relation to violations under the Nova Scotia Emergency Management Act and Health Protection Act related to COVID-19 directives.
Since our last report on Monday, HRP has not issued a ticket for violations of the Health Protection Act and Emergency Management Act. We thank the public for all their efforts in complying with the regulations this week. HRP has had to make adjustments like many others in the exceptional time. As such there have been some delays in data entry processes. We have retallied our total COVID related summary offence tickets since the Province declared a state of emergency and to date it is 183. The majority of these were in relation to being in prohibited areas under the Emergency Management Act. Since the declaration of the state of emergency, HRP has responded to a total of 1,544 COVID-19 related calls.
We advise members of the public to continue to educate themselves on the directives and Covid-19 enforcement measures at http://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/. We appreciate the efforts of everyone who is helping to reduce the spread of COVID-19. More information on what you can do to help curb the spread of COVID-19 is available on the Halifax Regional Police website.Let’s work together to curb the spread of the virus.
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Nova Scotia RCMP release statistics on COVID-19 enforcement
Since May 5, Nova Scotia RCMP has charged 6 people for offences under the Nova Scotia Health Protection and Emergency Management Acts. To date, the RCMP has charged a total of 205 people with offences related to the current provincial State of Emergency in Nova Scotia.
We ask Nova Scotians to educate themselves on the directives and enforcement measures at http://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/. We all need to do our part to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The RCMP thanks Nova Scotians for their continued support and to the vast majority who are adhering to the directives outlined by the provincial government.
The RCMP is on the road in Nova Scotia, ready to respond. For routine inquiries, please contact us at your local detachment. If it’s an emergency, call 911.