There have been over 200 tickets issued across Nova Scotia since the province declared a state of emergency last month to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Nova Scotia RCMP say a total of 116 people have been charged for offences under the Nova Scotia health protection and emergency management acts.
Thirty-eight of those tickets have been issued since Thursday, RCMP added.
Halifax Regional Police say 110 people have been charged since the state of emergency declaration, with 32 of those tickets coming since Thursday.
Fines under the health protection and emergency management acts range from $697.50 to $1,000.
More to come.
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