Police had a busy few weeks cracking down on people and establishments that weren't respecting Quebec's public health rules. \nAccording to new data, the Sûreté du Québec issued over 2,000 "verbal warnings" between September 14 and 27.\nProvincial police visited over 1,300 locations and another 944 "licensed establishments." \nEditor's Choice: Here's What It Could Look Like If Quebec Regions Moved Into 'Red Alert'\n\n\n“\n\n\nSûreté du Québec officers issued 2,306 verbal warnings in connection with the decree of Public Health.\n\n\nSûreté du Québec\n\n\n\nIn Montreal, the SPVM was also busy visiting places and handing out warnings. \nFrom September 21 to September 27, Montreal police inspected "387 places, including 274 licensed establishments," according to a tweet.\nThe SPVM says it received 544 calls "related to compliance."\nOnly 10 reports were filed. \n\nMISE À JOUR #COVID19 | Du 21 au 27 sept, le SPVM a reçu 544 appels en lien avec le respect des règles sanitaires. Les policiers ont remis 10 constats ou RIG, en plus d’inspecter 387 lieux, dont 274 établissements licenciés.— Police Montréal (@SPVM) September 28, 2020\n\nPublic health rules could intensify further if, as expected, Montreal and Quebec City enter the red zone on Monday. \nHealth Minister Christian Dubé has in part blamed private gatherings for the recent rise in cases.