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Coronavirus: Guelph police to maintain ‘education-first’ approach during stay-at-home order

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stay-at-home order, as it has since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.On Tuesday, the Ontario government declared a state of emergency — the second during the pandemic — and issued the stay-at-home order.

Ontario declares 2nd state of emergency, issues stay-at-home order As of Thursday, Ontario residents will have to stay home except for essential purposes such as grocery shopping, accessing health care and exercising.The province has given police and bylaw officers the power to enforce the stay-at-home order and issue tickets to rule-breakers.But Guelph police said on Wednesday that they are still awaiting further direction from the province.Spokesperson Scott Tracey also added that officers will continue with their education-first.

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