Passengers of public transport has been fined almost 240 million rubles for the lack of protective masks and gloves. This was the Deputy head of the state institution (gku) “transport Organizer” Oleg Ivanov told TASS.

May 12, as reported by “the Rambler”, in Moscow was forbidden to use public transport without masks and gloves. This was done in the framework of the fight against the pandemic coronavirus infection COVID-19. Violation of this requirement entails imposition of penalty in amount of five thousand rubles.

“at the time we checked out more than 220 thousand vehicles and issued more than 47 thousand decisions for the sum of 237,4 million rubles,” — said Ivanov today.

He said that verification of compliance with masono-glove mode is held daily and is selectively in ground transportation, commuter trains, in carriages and vestibules of the metro, and their main goal is not the writing of the fine, and the safety of passengers.

In late July, users of the Moscow metro reported an increase in the number of checks of observance of mask mode with the participation of inspectors and metro police officers. In the capital management of the Ministry of internal Affairs (MIA) of Russia announced that the raids organized and is protocols “transport Organizer”.