Kingston, Ontario police disperse a gathering of 300 people in the university district
Kingston, Ontario-Police in Kingston, Ontario. After a party was held in the university district of the city, a large group of people dispersed overnight.
Constant Cameron Mack told CTV News Ottawa via email that the police were called to Aberdeen Street at around 2:40 am on Sunday to disperse about 300 people.
According to the provincial government’s “Step 2” regulations, the maximum number of people in outdoor social gatherings in Ontario is 25 people, and the maximum number of people in indoor gatherings is 5 people.Roadmap for reopening“Plan.
No allegations have been made so far; however, the investigation is still ongoing and the allegations may be pending, Mike said.
The large crowds gathered in Kingston during the past COVID-19 wave prompted the city to take action, including Close the popular breakwater park Near Queen’s University in April this year.
According to the latest updates from Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Public Health, there are four active COVID-19 cases in the Kingston area. Less than 40% of the population 12 years and older in the region have received a comprehensive vaccine.