Quarantine Violators Could Be Subject To Fines Six Nations Police Services Increase Patrolling

Holding large gatherings including Halloween parties could end up getting you fined at Six Nations. Community members are reporting, to Ohsweken Public Health, news about other members going through with plans for Halloween gatherings.Six Nations of the Grand River Elected Council, Six Nations Emergency Control Group, Ohsweken Public Health, and Six Nations Police Services have heard community concerns around plans for Halloween, and strongly discourage against any gatherings at this time.Six Nations Police Services have noted that increased patrolling and engaging gatherings will begin. In addition, Six Nations Police Services have been advised by Border Crossing Services of those crossing the border and will do a check in on them.If they discover that the quarantine is not being respected the people violating could be subject to a $750 fine.“We must…

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