Over two dozen emergency order complaints in Cornwall during Easter

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CORNWALL – City police say they received over two dozen complaints over the four day Easter weekend.

Spokesman Stephanie MacRae told Cornwall Newswatch they received a total of 31 complaints between Friday and Monday for both individuals and businesses not complying with the province’s emergency orders.

Those orders include the closure of non-essential businesses and social gatherings of more than five people.

“While several of the reports are still under investigation, no charges have been issued in relation to these complaints,” MacRae added.

On Tuesday afternoon, police were still busy jumping from call to call regarding complaints over non-essential businesses.

The province has extended the emergency order through May 12.