It seems the Montreal police's phone line has been ringing a little more than usual during this past week.\nThe SPVM tweeted that between October 4 and 11, they received a total of "765 calls related to the application of [...] Public Health orders."\nDuring this time, "police officers issued 28 statements of offence or RIGs, in addition to inspecting 29 licensed establishments, 146 schools and 355 other locations."\nEditor's Choice: 5 Work From Home Jobs Montrealers Can Apply For Right Now To Make Money While In Pyjamas\nDonnées #COVID19 |Du 4 au 11 octobre, le #SPVM a reçu 765 appels en lien avec l'application du décret de la Santé publique. Les policiers ont remis 28 constats ou RIG, en plus d’inspecter 29 établissements licenciés, 146 établissements scolaires et 355 lieux autres. pic.twitter.com/9W7mQRJqcp— Police Montréal (@SPVM) October 13, 2020\n\n\nWith the city under red alert protocols until October 28, most gatherings have been prohibited in hopes of reducing the transmission of COVID-19 in Montreal.\nMayor Plante has previously said, "What it's all about right now is no gatherings, no meetings whatsoever."\nThe only exception is for people who live alone, to which they are allowed one guest over, but it must be the same person during the entire 28-day partial lockdown.\nMore measures have been put in place to try and restrict gatherings in Montreal.\nDue to overcrowding at Mount Royal Park over the October long weekend, the City of Montreal decided to temporarily close access to the parking lot and asked that locals visit parks closer to them instead.