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Ontario Police: Couple Violated Canadian Quarantine Law
Ontario Police: Couple Violated Canadian Quarantine Law
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Ontario Police: Couple Violated Canadian Quarantine Law

A Twin Cities couple abused Canadian law and neglected to isolate for 14 days in the wake of entering the nation, Ontario police say.

David Sippell, 66, and Anne Sippell, 65, both of Tonka Bay, entered Canada June 24 from International Falls, Minn., at the Fort Frances crossing, commonplace police said Saturday.

The Sippells were told by the Canada Border Services Agency to drive straightforwardly to their goal and isolate for 14 days, a necessity by the government in its push to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Be that as it may, the Sippells “were watched making stops in the Town of Fort Frances,” an announcement from police read.

Messages were left Monday with the Sippells looking for their reaction to the charges.

Disregarding the Quarantine Act can prompt a fine of $1,000.

The government request previously produced results in late March and stays in power until at any rate Aug. 31. Americans can enter Canada just regarding offering types of assistance that are considered fundamental or so as to proceed to Alaska.

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Melissa Critch

Melissa Critch

Melissa Critch is a lawyer by day and journalist in the free time. She likes to fact check and report latest Canadian news.

Melissa's hobby is to surfboard on the biggest sea waves possible.

She can be reached out at: melissa.critch@blog.ca

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