Toronto got more than 400 complaints yesterday about people not practicing social distancing in parks
It appears people in Toronto are hell-bent on breaking the social distancing rules in the city.
According to officials, Torontonians took it upon themselves yesterday to report hundreds of incidents to 311.
Evidently Tuesday was not a great day for following the rules.
In total, bylaw officers spoke to 629 people about obeying bylaw rules, issuing 37 written cautions and 33 tickets. There have 53 tickets handed out to Torontonians since April 4.
The City also said that, while most people are complying with bylaws, they've received 34 complaints about non-essential businesses remaining open after being ordered to close under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act.
To date, 39 non-essential businesses have been issued notices.
As with last weekend, expect to see Toronto Police in parks and public areas enforcing physical distancing rules.
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