Halloween was meant to be a quiet one this year with health authorities encouraging everyone to stay at home. This wasn't the case for some, however.
Police in London, Ontario had to break up a party with over 150 people near Western University over the weekend.
The party, which took place on Beaufort Street, was shut down at approximately 1:30 a.m. on October 31, police told Narcity.*
The city is actively working with London Police Service and Western University in relation to a large party on Friday evening.
London Police Service
Police have yet to disclose any gathering-related fines that may have been issued.
Last week, Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott said that the province was just beginning to see the effects of Thanksgiving get-togethers.
It will take a full incubation period of 14 days to determine whether Halloween gatherings will have an effect on Ontario's case numbers.
On Sunday, the province reported 977 new COVID-19 infections.
Editors note: This article has been updated.