No charges laid by Saskatchewan RCMP members recently due to COVID-19

The Saskatchewan RCMP did not issue any charges related to COVID-19 restrictions for the second straight week.

From May 29 to June 4, there were 35 calls for service related to COVID-19. Twenty complaints were for large gatherings of over 10 people.

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Three complaints of people failing to self-isolate when allegedly required to do so, and 12 other complaints were related to COVID-19.

No charges were laid this week.

The Saskatchewan RCMP continues to keep communities safe by responding to calls for service and working closely with Saskatchewan Health Authorities to investigate any potential violations.

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