At the same time three people for the first time fined for breach of quarantine in Moscow

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In Moscow for the first time the penalty was imposed on three persons for violation of the regime of self-isolation, according to RIA Novosti with reference to the press-Secretary of the Solntsevo court of George Yengibarov.

the Court decided to collect from each a fine of 15 thousand rubles. This is the first case in Moscow when sanctions are imposed immediately for a few people.

“All three people were arrested at one building at the same time,” said Yengibarov.

He added that two of them were one and the same name. However, he said that the company consisted of relatives or friends.

Earlier it was reported that a day from 11 to 12 April in Moscow, was brought to administrative responsibility for violation of quarantine of 30 people. Four of them were infected with coronavirus and were on home treatment. In addition, according to on April 12, the capital was more than 1.3 thousand protocols for non-social distance.

10 APR Shcherbinsky court of Moscow has fined on 15 thousand roubles to two citizens who violated the regime of self-isolation. Before that, the same offense committed is infected with the coronavirus, the man in the Otradnoye district, who left the apartment and travelled around the city by car.

on 2 April the mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin has signed the law on the introduction of penalties for violation of quarantine. So, for a misdemeanor for a citizen is imposed a penalty in the amount of 4 thousand rubles. If the citizen leaves the apartment and moves on a transport, he will have to pay 5 thousand rubles.

Previously, the penalties for violation of quarantine, approved by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin. According to the document, for citizens stipulated penalties in the amount of from 15 to 40 thousand rubles in case of misconduct.

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