Bendigo Police have issued a community penalty notice to a Bendigo business over the weekend.
The business was fined for having approximately 70 people in the venue on Saturday night.
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Bendigo Police Senior Sergeant Brian Hansen said the business was given a penalty notice for breaching the chief health officer's directions.
Senior Sergeant Hansen said further inquires were being held in relation to the incident.
Victoria Police can issue on-the-spot fines of up to $1,817 for adults and up to $10,904 for businesses for refusing or failing to comply with the emergency directions and refusing or failing to comply with a public health risk power direction.
A $5,452 fine can be issued for anyone found breaching gatherings directions in the home or outside, or for anyone who breaches the requirement to isolate or quarantine under a direction from the Department of Health.
Fines of up to $21,808 for adults and $109,044 for corporations are possible through the court system.
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