In Vladivostok under quarantine fled coming from Israel a couple of

In Vladivostok, as in other Russian cities, there are cases of irresponsible attitude to finding in a two-week quarantine, which should be returned from abroad. So, from the hospital of fishermen escaped a couple who came from Israel, the press service of the regional government with reference to the words of the Governor of the region Oleg Kozhemyako.

Photo: Alexander Avilov/AGN To all residents and guests of Moscow from March 30 has been quarantined

“They are, however, without a confirmed diagnosis of “coronavirus infection”, just with the signs of the disease. But enough people were quarantined, as profits from abroad, in this case from Israel. Their details passed to law enforcement bodies”, – said the head of the region, stressing violators may be fined 100 thousand rubles for endangering public security.

Now, recalled Oleg Kozhemyako, the state Duma and the Russian Government are preparing amendments to increase the penalties for violation of quarantine to one million rubles.

meanwhile, according to information a press-services UMVD of the Russian Federation in the Primorsky territory, the police together with representatives of Rostpotrebnadzor, the crew of the ambulance called for the fugitives at the place of their residence in the village of Vozdvizhenka.

“a 43-year-old woman and 34-year-old man issued orders related to isolation at the place of residence in a medical institution under the supervision of doctors with a duration of 14 calendar days from the moment of arrival from abroad. However, from hospitalization, the citizens refused,” – noted in the Department, stressing that the staff of the CPS drew up a report under article 6.3 of the Code of administrative offences. Materialy sent to the world court for consideration and decision.

In Primorye are still only two confirmed cases of coronavirus infection, both imported one – one came in from Mexico, the second returned from a cruise through Europe. In quarantine are 40 people, more than three thousand under medical supervision.