Bay Area City Announces Fines Up To $10,000 For COVID-19 Violations


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The votes have been counted and it is a clean sweep. The Marin County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to adopt an ordinance that allows county cops to cite individuals who aren't complying with COVID-19 safety measures. No mask? You could be looking at a fine from $25 to $500. Cops aren't the only folks who can give you a ticket, city and county workers, including law enforcement, park rangers and code enforcement officers, can issue citations. If you get getting caught hosting a party it could cost you between $25 to $500. Businesses that don't follow the rules risk being fined as much as $10,000.