Moscow prison has banned the transfer and went to work without vacations for coronavirus
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Employees of remand centres in Moscow and in the penal colony in the city due to the outbreak of the coronavirus will work in shifts seven days a week for two weeks and imposed a ban on transfer of prisoners, parade TASS with reference to the Secretary of the PMC in Moscow Alexei Melnikov. In mid-March, the Federal penitentiary service has banned visits to prisons and detention centers.
“In connection with the coronavirus Moscow insulators switched to barracks mode. Employees will work there in shifts seven days a week for 14 days. Dating is also forbidden. For solicitors a restriction on visits to detention centres, they will measure the temperature, the detection of signs of illness they will not be allowed,” – said Melnikov .
With the end of last week there are restrictions for lawyers: they let inside only mask, Shoe covers and gloves after measuring the temperature and the signing of the paper that they don’t have coronavirus. Because of the checks at the entrance, some insulators began to appear on the queue, writes “Novaya Gazeta”.
In this prison employees, said the lawyers went inside without any means of protection.
Moscow Department of the service has not yet announced the new measures. The Federal Department said that they had their headquarters for the coronavirus, which will monitor the situation. Every institution will be a special medical office for identifying patients with respiratory symptoms, and in foster, chambers, and canteens will undergo frequent disinfection.
According to official data, in the Russian prisons and detention centers while cases of infection were not recorded.
Informed the human rights activists asked to translate under house arrest all accused of petty crimes, and to declare broadest possible Amnesty to the victory Day.