ALL PHOTOS Mishustin has threatened fines for “rare levity” in terms of coronavirus
the Press service of the Government of Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin underlined that the need for measures to combat coronavirus infection “is obvious to all, who is responsible for this situation”
AGN Moscow / Alexander Avilov yesterday in the state Duma introduced a bill toughening responsibility for violation of the quarantine.
Moscow-Live.ru / Akishin Vyacheslav
the Government of Russia introduces fines for individuals and legal entities who refuse to abide by the rules of safety imposed because of the coronavirus. The amendments will bring the Code of administrative offences, reports RIA “Novosti”.
Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin underlined that the need for measures to combat coronavirus infection “is evident for all toit is responsible for this situation”. “We have the vast majority of them. But, unfortunately, there are people who rarely frivolous – and this is in regard to the safety of others and even their own health,” he added at the Cabinet meeting.
this is What, according to him, was the reason for the amendments to the Code of administrative offences and the imposition of sanctions for those who refuse to abide by the rules. “We will be fining both citizens and officials, and legal persons”, – he said, without naming the amount of fines.
yesterday in the state Duma introduced a bill toughening responsibility for violation of the quarantine. For violation of sanitary and epidemiological rules, entailed on imprudence death of the person, or paired with the deliberate endangering of mass diseases is proposed to punish by a fine of up to 2 million rubles or the salary or other income in the period four to five years, or by prohibition to hold certain positions or engage in certain activities for three to five years, or restraint of liberty for a term up to five years. For violation of sanitary and epidemiological rules, entailed death of two and more persons, it is offered to punish imprisonment for the term up to seven years.
Intentional the infection that caused the death of one or more persons will be depending on the intent to qualify as terrorism, vandalism or sabotage. In addition, the second reading of the bill will be complemented by sanctions for spreading false information about the situation of coronavirus.