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Cambridge restaurant charged for not following proper COVID-19 protocols

Staff member at Waterloo school was in building while awaiting COVID-19 test results, board says “The charge was for failing to ensure patrons seated at different tables were separated by distance or an impermeable barrier,” Redman explained.A spokesperson for the region said the charge was laid under Section 10 of the province’s Re-Opening Act .This could see an individual face a fine of up to $100,000 or imprisonment for up to a year, while the potential fine rises to $500,000 for a director or officer of corporation.

A corporation could see a fine of up to $10 million.This was the only one of 28 site visits made by regional bylaw and public health inspectors that resulted in a charge.Redman also said provincial multi-ministry teams.

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