For failure to comply with the quarantine can be fined 300 thousand rubles

In the current edition of the administrative code already has penalties for violation of sanitary rules and failure to comply with sanitary-hygienic and anti-epidemic measures. The penalty for this is a small, from one hundred to five hundred roubles for citizens. You may even go with a warning. A legal entity can be fined up to 20 thousand rubles.

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the Government proposes tougher to punish for violation of such rules, if it is during a state of emergency or in the event of the threat of the spread of the disease, as well as for the period of quarantine. Failure to comply with the requirements of sanitary-anti-epidemic (preventive) actions will entail the imposition of an administrative fine. If the quarantine was broken by a citizen, it will be fined in the amount of 15 thousand to 40 thousand rubles. If the violation of sanitary rules and non-compliance with the measures is guilty officer, the penalty will be from 50 thousand to 150 thousand rubles. For legal entities – from 200 thousand to 500 thousand rubles. It is also possible administrative suspension of activity for up to thirty days.

the Penalty is increased if the violations resulted in harm to human health or death. We will remind that earlier the state Duma amendments were made to the criminal code that provide for up to seven years imprisonment for violation of quarantine with serious consequences. But if actions (inaction) do not contain penal act, will be applied administrative fine.

the Cabinet suggested the following punishment: a fine for citizens in the amount from 150 thousand to 300 thousand rubles; for officials – from 300 thousand to 500 thousand rubles. Well as possible disqualification for the term from one year to three years. For sole traders and legal entities shall impose a fine from five hundred thousand to 1 million rubles. It is also possible administrative suspension of activity for up to ninety days.

in addition, the administrative code is proposed to add a new article providing for liability for “failure to comply with rules of conduct in case of an emergency or threat arise.”

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Such violations entail a warning or imposition of an administrative fine. On citizens in the amount from one thousand to three thousand roubles; on officials – from 10 thousand to 30 thousand rubles; for entrepreneurs from 30 thousand to 50 thousand rubles; for legal entities – from 100 thousand to 300 thousand rubles.

If such violation entails the infliction of harm to human health or property, then a fine may be imposed on citizens in the amount from 15 thousand to 40 thousand rubles; on officials – from 300 thousand to 500 thousand rubles. For entrepreneurs and legal entities the fine will be from 500 thousand to one million rubles or administrative suspension of activity for up to 90 days.

in addition, the draft law gives the right to draw up protocols on administrative offences, officials of management bodies and emergency services. This applies to cases of non-compliance of the rules of conduct in emergency situations or the threat of its occurrence.

Previously, the amendments announced by the Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin – in his words, sanctions are imposed “for those who refuse to abide by the rules”. “We will be fining both citizens and officials, and legal persons”, – he said at a government meeting.

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the Amendment received a second reading of another bill – on the security activity. The second reading is scheduled for March 31. And the final is planned to adopt the document next week. If compared with foreign analogues, the proposed measures are more liberal, told reporters Vyacheslav Volodin after a meeting of the Council of the state Duma. “I don’t want to punish anyone, but citizens should understand that it is important to organize themselves, he said. – If the person has given up, let them at least think about others”.

Measures in the code are balanced – in the same way as the previously proposed amendments to the criminal code, said Volodin. Proposals will be supported by all factions, he said MPs, according to him, this is an important action that can stop those who act carelessly, not thinking about others.